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Tro Chemistry Chapter One

Explain this statement in your own words and give an example: The properties of the substances around us depend on the structure of the particles that compose them. 1. A substance’s properties depend on their structure. H20 is needed for life but change the 0 to 02 and you have peroxide. Explain the main goal […]

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Chemistry 105 Final

Sulfur oxides have been implicated as important contributors to the problem of acid rain. What is the principle anthropogenic source of these compounds? Coal fired power plants Which anthropogenic pollutants are implicated in the formation of most acidic precipitation? Nitrogen oxides and Sulfur oxides NOX and SOX A polar covalent bond is created when…. Two […]

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chem 1050 exam 2

Which of these represents the best Lewis structure for acetylene (C 2 H 2 )? A. H-C-C-H (triple bond between C’s) Although carbon dioxide is the primary compound discussed with respect to global warming; of the common atmospheric components the global warming potential (GWP) of a carbon dioxide molecule is very low. Which statement best […]

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Chem 3 n 4

Greenhouse Effect What is the natural process by which atmospheric gases trap a major portion (80%) of the infrared radiation radiated by the earth? Carbon Cycle What is the movement of carbon through living organisms, the atmophere, the sea and the earth? Industrial Revolution Prior to this key point in eaths atmospheric history large deposits […]

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Elementary Education Acronyms, Abbreviations and Terms

504 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, national lay that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in programs that receive federal financial assistance, ex: dyslexia ARD Admission, Review, and Dismissal Committee, responsible for making education decisions for special-education students, includes teachers, parents, administrators and special education department ATPE Association of Texas Professional […]

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Chemistry: The Central Science 13th Edition Chapter 2

Dalton’s Postulates elements are composed of atoms all atoms of a specific element are identical (but different from atoms of other elements) Atoms of one element cannot be exchanged with atoms of another atoms cannot be created/destroyed compounds are combinations of atoms of one or more elements every sample of a compound have the same […]

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NES Elementary Education Subtest 1

the tools of communication children use to form their understanding of the word reading, writing, listening, and speaking Competency 1 demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of language development, oral language skills, listening comprehension skills, and phonological and phonemic awareness. Informal conversations Time to talk about things that interest and excite children. Language play Exploring […]

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Chemistry: The Central Science 13th Edition Chapter 1

Chemistry is the study of matter and the changes that matter undergoes. Matter is the physical material of the universe; it is anything that has mass and occupies space. It is also comprised of combinations of many elements. Property is any characteristic that allows us to recognize a particular type of matter and to distinguish […]

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Chemistry Teacher Interview Practice

A. Why did you decide to become a teacher? I am passionate about science, I enjoy working with young people, and when it came time to consider re-entering the work force I thought back to the best job I have had and that was working as a chemist. At the same time, I was volunteering […]

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Elements of the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model

What will I do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress, and celebrate success? Element 1: Providing clear learning goals and scales (rubrics) Element 2: Tracking student progress Element 3: Celebrating success What will I do to establish and maintain classroom rules and procedures? Element 4: Establishing and maintaining classroom rules and procedures […]

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Pearson Interactive Science

Matter Anything that had mass and takes up space Chemistry The study of matter and how it changes Substance A single kind of matter that is pure Pure Always having a specific composition Physical Property A characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing it into another substance Chemical Property A characteristic of […]

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Elementary School Teacher

1. Briefly describe your educational and teaching background. • I got my degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Cal Poly Pomona in 2009 got a job at an after school program • 2010 at Chaffey Community College • Currently I am in the Teaching Program at University of Redlands where I am receiving my […]

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Chemistry Chapter 2 Quiz 2 Critical Analysis

Which best describes a compound such as sodium chloride? NOT A mixture of two common elements that can be separated by physical means A teacher makes the following statement. \”Gasoline boils at a relatively low temperature (about 150°C). The kerosene is removed at around 200°C, followed by diesel oil at 300°C and fuel oil at […]

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CHEM 1.05 QUIZ

Your teacher gives you a black powder. When you dissolve the powder in water, you see red particles that float on top, black particles that sink to the bottom, and a green liquid. Was the black powder a pure substance, mixture, element, or compound? Mixture A molecule of ozone gas has three atoms of oxygen. […]

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Chemistry Safety Rules

What should you do before beginning a Lab? Listen carefully to all pre-lab instructions. Pay attention to new equipment use, changes in procedure, safety and disposal guidelines of chemical. What should be on your lab station? Only the equipment and chemicals needed for the lab. Clear all unnecessary materials from lab station. What should you […]

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Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

A chemist is studying an unknown substance. He can break it into its elemental components only by using chemical means. Q. Based on this observation, how should the unknown substance be classified? pure substance A teacher makes the following statement. \”Gasoline boils at a relatively low temperature (about 150°C). The kerosene is removed at around […]

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Business Spanish Mid Term

Entidad Colectividad considerada como unidad i.e. Inditex (Mango, Zara, ect..) Sociedad Mercantil Forma que adopta la empresa para llevar a cabo sus fines i.e. Autonomo= freelance, mercantil=empresa Bien Todo aquello que satisface una necesidad o deseo human Necesidad= comida, bolígrafo, la ropa, ect.. Capital Valor de las propiedades de una persona o empresa i.e. La […]

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Chemistry Retake

Biochemistry The study of the processes that take place in organisms Physical chemistry Concerned with the mechanism, rate, and energy transfer that occurs when matter undergoes a change Organic chemistry The study of all chemicals containing carbon Inorganic chemistry The study of chemicals that, in general, do not contain carbon Analytical chemistry The study of […]

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Chemistry Regents Review

What was the first subatomic particle discovered? The electron Ionic bonding is between a.. metal and non metal The transfer of electrons from one atom to another is called ionic bonding Which atoms are diatomic BrINClHOF A gas is most ideal at what low pressure and high temperature Partial charges are used in which type […]

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Chemistry 1 H vocab

analytical chemistry field of chemistry that is concerned with the composition of matter biochemistry field of study that is concerned with the chemistry of living organisms chemistry the science concerned with the composition of matter and the changes that matter undergoes experiment a method of testing a hypothesis hypothesis a proposed explanation or reason for […]

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Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine,WS200 Winter ’17: Intro to Chemistry Midterm Prep pt.2

The ration of the mass to its volume. -units are g/mL (solids/liquids) -g/L (gases) Density the equation to figure out the density of an object is…. A cube is 2cm, with a mass 11.2g, what is its density? mass/volume 11.2/8cm³= 1.4g/cm³ C x 10ⁿ is Scientific notation in \”C x 10ⁿ\” what is C and […]

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