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Chemistry 101, week 7 of notes

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Session 7 Physical and Chemical Change Lab Pre-Lab, I will soon upload the Mastering Assignment as well as the Lab Assignment.
Anatomy & Physiology 1
J. Noe
Class Notes
Chemistry 101




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Date Created: 02/21/16
Lab 4: Chemical and Physical Change Pre‐lab Questions 1. Define physical change in your own words, and list two examples of types of physical changes. A physical changes the state of a substance without changing the identity of a substance. Examples of 2 types of physical change is melting and dissolving. 2. Define chemical change in your own words, and list two examples of chemical changes. A chemical change involved the action of the molecular identity of a substance. Examples of chemical changes are rusting iron or burning wood. 3. What is sublimation, and what makes it either a physical or chemical change? When a solid goes directly into a gas without going through a liquid phase. Experiment: Chemical and Physical Changes of Caffeine After the aspirin crystals obtained from the “Separation of Mixtures” lab have been weighed and recorded in the previous Lab, divide them in half. You will now use half of the mixture to demonstrate the physical change of dissolving and the other half to demonstrate a chemical change. © eScience Labs, 2013


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