Day 1 Notes from Lecture
Day 1 Notes from Lecture CHEM 104 - 50
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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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