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Lesson 1 (Monday Short class)

by: Lauren Batchelder

Lesson 1 (Monday Short class) CH 130- H

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Lauren Batchelder
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This is the basic introduction to the first chapter, the overview of more in depth notes to come. Covers the introduction of the class and basic ideas needed to move on and understand lessons to fo...
Professor Hurley
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauren Batchelder on Monday August 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CH 130- H at Saint Anselm College taught by Professor Hurley in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Chem in Science at Saint Anselm College.

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Date Created: 08/29/16
Chem Lesson 1 -Chemistry is the study of matter and the atoms & molecules that compose matter. -Matter is composed of atoms (elements that are bonded together) Atom (Bond/Formation) = Molecule -Substance =Many Molecules together An example of this is 1 drop of H20 = 10^20 molecules -Molecules are either elements or compounds Element = 02 which is oxygen Compound = H20 which is water The idea behind being elements only contain one type of atom while compounds contain 2 or more types of atoms. -Central theme of this lesson being that The identity & arrangement of atoms within a molecule dictate the physical and chemical properties of that molecule & that resulting substance.


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