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Day 1 Notes from Lecture

by: Madison Hershberger

Day 1 Notes from Lecture CHEM 104 - 50

Madison Hershberger
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This set of notes covers measurements, length, mass, volume, accuracy, temperature, etc! ,
Intro to Organic and Biochem
Susan A. Frantsi
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Madison Hershberger on Thursday January 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 104 - 50 at University of Indianapolis taught by Susan A. Frantsi in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 57 views. For similar materials see Intro to Organic and Biochem in Chemistry at University of Indianapolis.


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Date Created: 01/21/16
Chem 104: Day 1 Notes January 20, 2016 Metric System K Kilo 1000 10^3 H Hecto 100 10^2 Dk Decia 10 10^1 (l,m,g) Basic unit 1 10^0 c Centi 1/100 10^-2 m Milli 1/1000 10^-3 Mnemonics K ingH enryD oesn’tL ikeD ancingC atsM eowing K ingH ectorD iedB utD on’tC allM e Length *Basic unit is the METER* mm Thickness of a dime cm Width of a dime m Height of a door knob km ½ mile or ten blocks Mass *Basic unit is the GRAM* mg Mass of a grain of rice g Mass of 2 regular paper clips kg Mass of your textbook *Mass VS Weight* *Mass: the amount of matter in an object *Weight: the measure of the pull of gravity on an object Chem 104: Day 1 Notes January 20, 2016 Volume *Basic unit is the LITER* *V= length x width x height * l About a quart ml About 15 drops cc/ml/cm^3 Sugar cube Temperature *Basic unit is CELSIUS* *100 degrees between melting and boiling of water *can also use Kelvin (K): absolute zero scale 37 degrees Celsius Body temperature 100 degrees Celsius Boiling H2O 24 degrees Celsius Comfortable room 0 degrees Celsius Freezing H2O Accuracy VS Precision *Accuracy: how close to the accepted or true value a measurement is *Precision: how close to all of the other measurements are *experiments are generally repeated multiple times (3) to give an indication of the repeatability of results


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