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Understanding Chemical Reactions

Understanding Chemical Reactions

Understanding Chemical Reactions. Lesson 1. Lesson Objectives. Ensure familiarity with concept of atomic structure. Understand what isotopes are. Understand the properties of isotopes Understand the concept of relative atomic mass (RAM)

By alyn
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PHY138 – Waves, Lecture 2 Today’s overview

PHY138 – Waves, Lecture 2 Today’s overview

PHY138 – Waves, Lecture 2 Today’s overview. Hooke’s Law and Oscillation of Springs Hanging Springs The Pendulum Damped Oscillations; Shock Absorbers Driven Oscillations; Resonance. Want to do Research?. Pre-Med Society Annual Research Fair Friday, Nov.9 th @ 3:30 MSB 3153.

By emerald
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Newton’s Second Law

Newton’s Second Law

Newton’s Second Law. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= UyI3IL46yq4. Do-Now. Write down what you remember from the lab on Friday. What is the relationship between force and acceleration? What is the relationship between mass and acceleration?. Force and Newton’s Second Law. What is force?

By holland
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Qiu Hao (LBNL) for the STAR Collaboration

Qiu Hao (LBNL) for the STAR Collaboration

STAR Heavy Flavor Tracker. Qiu Hao (LBNL) for the STAR Collaboration. Outline. Physics motivation Design Heavy Flavor Tracker PiXeL detector Monolithic Active Pixel Sensors Status and performance Status Signal, pedestal and noise s can Efficiency Survey and alignment

By emlyn
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ISOTOPES

ISOTOPES

ISOTOPES. Topic #7. Isotopes. Dalton was wrong about all elements of the same type being identical Atoms of the same element can have different mass numbers. Shoulder Partners. How can atoms of the same element end up with a different mass?. Isotopes.

By hinda
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CHE 12 Bonding review

CHE 12 Bonding review

CHE 12 Bonding review. Particles in Chemistry. Particles in Chemistry. Atoms (very tiny: trillions of atoms in a speck of dust) Ions (also very tiny: approximately atomic-sized)

By makara
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Ch.5. Isotope Geochemistry

Ch.5. Isotope Geochemistry

Ch.5. Isotope Geochemistry. A Few Definitions Isotopes: iso (same) + tope (position) Elements having the same number of protons, but different neutrons Same elements with different mass 40 Ca, 42 Ca, 12 C, 13 C, 14 C, etc. Isotones: Iso (same) + tone (pitch? pressure?)

By ina
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Minilab 1 Standing Waves

Minilab 1 Standing Waves

Minilab 1 Standing Waves. Page 1. PURPOSE. Today, we will observe standing waves on a string in order to learn and verify how the formation of standing waves depend on: Excitation Frequency Tension of the string Linear mass density of the string. Page 2. THEORY.

By oded
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M O MENTUM!

M O MENTUM!

M O MENTUM!. Momentum Defined. p = m v p = momentum vector m = mass v = velocity vector. Momentum Facts. Linear Momentum p = m v Momentum is a vector quantity! Velocity and momentum vectors point in the same direction. SI unit for momentum: kg · m /s (no special name).

By talen
(158 views)

Elementary Science

Elementary Science

Elementary Science. Science Focus Lesson Week 4. Polk County Public Schools Linda Vendur, Senior Coordinator. Week 4 – SC.A.1.2.3. Benchmark: The student knows that the weight of an object always equals the sum of its parts. Essential Question:

By mckile
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6 th grade Midterm Review

6 th grade Midterm Review

6 th grade Midterm Review. Midterm Part 1. Chapters 1,2,3. Chapter 1. What branch of science studies matter and energy?. An ______ is when you use your any of your senses to gather information. The amount of space an object takes up is called __________.

By gene
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Unit 5! Counting particles that are too small to see…

Unit 5! Counting particles that are too small to see…

Unit 5! Counting particles that are too small to see…. Introduction. How many jelly beans/pennies/peanuts/ etc do you think is in this jar? How can you make an educated guess and win these sort of contests? Think of physical properties Density Volume Mass. Jar of Pennies.

By benjy
(248 views)

Force and Motion

Force and Motion

Force and Motion. What is Physics?. Study of the nature of the Universe what the Universe is made of – Matter stars and planets and galaxies different forms like gases and liquids and solids sub-atomic particles like protons and electrons light and radiation

By aricin
(79 views)

Research Question

Research Question

How to handle raw eggs? By: Alifa Farras Chelsea Elizabeth Mahardika Emas Muhamad Harits Rifky Bachrie Willy Budiarta. Research Question .

By lorant
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Atoms, Ions, and Molecules

Atoms, Ions, and Molecules

Atoms, Ions, and Molecules. Bell Ringer 09.07.11. Which of the following represents an organic molecule? A. CuSO 4 H 2 O B. C 12 H 22 O 11 C. AgNO 3 D. H 2 O. Atom. Smallest basic unit of ______. What else have we identified as a basic unit of structure and function?. Element.

By clem
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The Mole and Molar Mass

The Mole and Molar Mass

The Mole and Molar Mass. Remember: 1 mole = 6.02 x 10 23 particles The mass on the periodic table is correct for one atom in a.m.u. AND for 1 mole of that element in grams 6.02 x 10 23 is the number of atoms contained in the atomic masses of each element on the periodic table

By anson
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ISOTOPES

ISOTOPES

ISOTOPES. Recall from grade 10: # of protons = # of electrons = atomic # # of neutrons = atomic mass – atomic # Example: carbon: atomic = # 6 atomic mass = 12.01 # of protons = 6 # of electrons = 6 # of neutrons = 12- 6 = 6 *always round off. Different variations of atoms of the same

By aimee
(125 views)

Section 4.3

Section 4.3

Section 4.3. How Atoms Differ. What information can be used for one’s home address? Atoms have identifying information too. Atomic Number. Henry Moseley (1887-1915) Discovered that atoms of each element contain a unique positive charge in their nuclei

By kelda
(108 views)

Atomic Number

Atomic Number

Atomic Number. Number of Protons. Mass Number. Number of Protons + Neutrons. C- 12 or carbon- 12. 12 is the mass number. 12 C. Left Superscript = mass number. 6. 12 C. Left Subscript = atomic number. 6. 80 Br. 35. 35. Atomic Number = ?. 20 Ne. 10. 20. Mass Number = ?. 238 U.

By silver
(145 views)

Atomic Model Activity

Atomic Model Activity

Atomic Model Activity. Venn Diagram. Atomic Model Research. Read the handout (Pages 179 to 185) Make jot notes about the major discovery of each scientist: John Dalton J.J. Thompson Ernest Rutherford Neils Bohr James Chadwick. Atomic Model Venn Diagram. Dalton (1800s). Thompson

By lola
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