Chemistry Mod 1 & 2 Vocabulary Quiz

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Matter is anything that has and takes up

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In the Metric System the base unit for mass is , the base unit for distance is , the base unit for is liter and the base unit for is second.

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In the Metric System, the prefix is used for .000001

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1 cubic centimeter is the same as 1 .

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is an indication of how close a measurement is to the true value.

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Precision is an indication of the on the measuring device that was used.

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Significant figures are important because they tell us about the

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  • accuracy of the measurements used.

  • precision of the measurements used.

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When using scientific notation there

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  • can be as many numbers to the left of the decimal point as your calculator indicated

  • should be no numbers to the left of the decimal point

  • should have all the numbers to the left of the decimal point

  • should have one digit on the left side of the decimal point

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In chemistry, the greek character rho is used to stand for

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Density is mass per unit

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Energy is defined as the ability to do .

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Work is the force applied to an object times the that the object travels parallel to that force

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Two kinds of energy are , or stored energy and , or energy in motion.

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In order to arrive at a scientific law, first a person observes, then forms a , then tests the hypothesis with . After being confirmed by rigorous experimentation, the hypothesis is considered a . A theory that is continuously confirmed by observation becomes a scientific .

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Three temperature scales are commonly used. is commonly used by the public in the United States. , or centigrade, is a metric unit, and , often called the absolute temperature scale, is used for very cold temperatures.

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To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, we use the formula °F= ( / ) (°C) + .

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To convert Celsius to Kelvin, we use the formula, K = °C +

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1 = 4.184 Joules

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Specific heat is the amount of necessary to raise the temperature of 1 of a substance by degree Celsius.

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Temperature change in an object is related to the amount of heat it absorbs or releases by the equation: =∆T

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The equation tells us that any heat by the calorimeter and the water must have been by the object placed in the calorimeter.

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Chemistry Mod 1 & 2 Vocabulary Quiz

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Taken from Apologia Chemistry Edition 2 Mod 1 & 2

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