How does the process of science start and end?
What is the relationship between science and technology?
What are the branches of natural science?
What is the goal of a scientific method?
How does scientific law differ from scientific theory?
Why are scientific models useful?
negative scientific notation
Why is scientific notation useful?
What units do scientists use for their measurements?
How does the precision of measurements affect the precision of scientific calculations?
How do scientists organize data?
How can scientists communicate experimental data?
Why does every sample of a given substance have the same properties?
Explain why the composition of an element is fixed.
Describe the composition of a compound.
Why can properties of a mixture vary?
On what basis can mixture be classified as solutions, suspension, or colloids?
What are some examples of physical properties?
How can knowing the physical properties of matter be useful?
What processes are used to separate mixtures?
When can a chemical property by observed?
What observations may indicate that a chemical change has occurred?
What is the difference between chemical and physical changes?
How can shape and volume be used to classify materials?
How can kinetic theory and forces of attraction be used to explain the behavior of gases, liquids, and solids?
How is a gas able to fill a container of any size or shape?
Use kinetic theory and attractive forces to explain why a liquid has a definite volume and a shape that can vary.
Explain why a solid has a definite shape and volume
The kinetic theory three main points are?
How does the frequency of collisions affect the pressure of a gas?
What factors affect gas pressure?
How does increasing the temperature affect the pressure of a contained gas?
What happens to the pressure of a gas if its volume is reduced?
How does increasing the number of particles of a contained gas affect its pressure?
What are six common phase changes?
What happens to a substance's temperature and a system's energy during a phase change?
What happens to the arrangement of water molecules as water melts and freezes?
What is the difference between evaporation and boiling?
What was Dalton's theory of the structure of matter?
what are the 4 main points of Dalton's theory
What evidence did J.J Thomson provide about the structure of an atom?
What did Rutherford discover about the structure of an atom?
What are three subatomic particles?
What properties can be sued to compare protons, electrons, and neutrons?
How are atoms of one element different form atoms of other elements?
How are the isotopes of an element different from one another?