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CHAPTER 4 41 42
The Structure of the Atom
Simulation of Rutherford s Gold Foil Experiment 25 Half-life of Barium-137m 29
CHAPTER 5 51 52
Electrons in Atoms
The Photoelectric Effect 33 Electron Charge to Mass Ratio 37
CHAPTER 6 61 62
The Periodic Table and Periodic Law
Properties of the Periodic Table 41 Periodic Trends in the Periodic Table 45
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CHAPTER 7 71 72
The Elements
Is there potassium in coffee 49 The Periodic Puzzle 53
CHAPTER 8 81 82
Ionic Compounds
Properties of Ionic Compounds 57 Formation of a Salt 61
CHAPTER 9 91 92
Covalent Bonding
Covalent Bonding in Medicines 65 Covalent Compounds 69
Chemical Reactions
101 Single-Replacement Reactions 73 102 Double-Replacement Reactions 77 CHAPTER 11
The Mole
111 Estimating the Size of a Mole 81 112 Mole Ratios 85 CHAPTER 12
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Stoichiometry
121 Observing a Limiting Reactant 89 122 Determining Reaction Ratios 93 CHAPTER 13
States of Matter
131 Freezing Bacteria 97 132 Boiling Points 101 CHAPTER 14
Gases
141 Charles s Law 105 142 Boyle s Law 109
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Solutions
151 Making a Solubility Curve 113 152 Freezing Point Depression 117 CHAPTER 16
Energy and Chemical Change
161 Heats of Solution and Reaction 121 162 Heat of Combustion of Candle Wax 125 CHAPTER 17
Reaction Rates
171 The Rate of a Reaction 129 172 Surface Area and Reaction Rate 133 CHAPTER 18
Chemical Equilibrium
181 Reversible Reactions 137 182 Equilibrium 141 CHAPTER 19
Acids and Bases
191 Acids, Bases, and Neutralization 145 192 Determining the Percent of Acetic Acid in Vinegar 149
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Redox Reactions
201 Electron-Losing Tendencies of Metals 153 202 Determining Oxidation Numbers 157 CHAPTER 21
Electrochemistry
211 Electrolysis of Water 161 212 Electroplating 165 CHAPTER 22
Hydrocarbons
221 Isomerism 169 222 The Ripening of Fruit with Ethene 173
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Substituted Hydrocarbons and Their Reactions
231 The Characterization of Carbohydrates 177 232 Polymerization Reactions 181 CHAPTER 24
The Chemistry of Life
241 Denaturation 185 242 Saturated and Unsaturated Fats 189 CHAPTER 25
Nuclear Chemistry
251 Radioisotope Dating 193 252 Modeling Isotopes 197 CHAPTER 26
Chemistry in the Environment
261 Organisms That Break Down Oil 201 262 Growth of Algae as a Function of Nitrogen Concentration 205
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Laboratory Manual
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LABORATORY MANUAL
How to Use This Laboratory Manual
Chemistry is the science of matter, its properties, and changes In your classroom work in chemistry, you will learn a great deal of the information that has been gathered by scientists about matter But, chemistry is not just information It is also a process for finding out more about matter and its changes Laboratory activities are the primary means that chemists use to learn more about matter The activities in the Laboratory Manual require that you form and test hypotheses, measure and record data and observations, analyze those data, and draw conclusions based on those data and your knowledge of chemistry These processes are the same as those used by professional chemists and all other scientists
Organization of Activities
Introduction Following the title and number of each activity, an introduction provides a background discussion about the problem you will study in the activity Problem The problem to be studied in this activity is clearly stated Objectives The objectives are statements of what you should accomplish by doing the investigation Recheck this list when you have finished the activity Materials The materials list shows the apparatus you need to have on hand for the activity Safety Precautions Safety symbols and statements warn you of potential hazards in the laboratory Before beginning any activity, refer to page xiv to see what these symbols mean
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Pre-Lab The questions in this section check your knowledge of important concepts needed to complete the activity successfully Procedure The numbered steps of the procedure tell you how to carry out the activity and sometimes offer hints to help you be successful in the laboratory Some activities have CAUTION statements in the procedure to alert you to hazardous substances or techniques Hypothesis This section provides an opportunity for you to write down a hypothesis for this activity Data and Observations This section presents a suggested table or form for collecting your laboratory data Always record data and observations in an organized way as you do the activity Analyze and Conclude The Analyze and Conclude section shows you how to perform the calculations necessary for you to analyze your data and reach conclusions It provides questions to aid you in interpreting data and observations in order to reach an experimental result You are asked to form a scientific conclusion based on what you actually observed, not what should have happened An opportunity to analyze possible errors in the activity is also given Real-World Chemistry The questions in this section ask you to apply what you have learned in the activity to other real-life situations You may be asked to make additional conclusions or research a question related to the activity
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