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CHEM 1110 Dr. Park

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CHEM 1110 Dr. Park CHEM 1110 01 (Park, General Chemistry 1)

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These notes cover all of chapter 1, which will prepare you for the lab/ quiz on Friday 9/2.
General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1110
Dr. Han J. Park
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Juliet Wimberly on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 1110 01 (Park, General Chemistry 1) at University of Tennessee - Chattanooga taught by Dr. Han J. Park in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry 1 CHEM 1110 in Science at University of Tennessee - Chattanooga.

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Date Created: 08/31/16
Chapter 1- CHEM 1110 Dr. Park - Measured quantities always include a unit - Most scientific quantities are measured with the International System of Units (SI units) -Celcius: Boiling point 100° Freezing point 0° -Kelvin: Boiling point 373°Freezing point 273° -Celcius= 5/9 (Farenheit-32) -Kelvin= Celcius+273.15 -Celcius=Kelvin-273.15 VOLUME AND DENSITY -Density: The ratio of mass to volume Density= mass/volume Volume= mass/density Mass= density X volume - 1cm^3= 1 ML : will be used in lab - Exact values are WHOLE & POSITIVE numbers. - Inexact numbers represent length, mass, volume, time, speed, etc. -UNCERTAINTY: significant values are the meaningful digits reported in a number. - uncertainty is generally considered to be + or – 1 the last digit of the number -Any NON-ZERO digit is considered significant -Any ZERO BETWEEN NON-ZEROES are considered significant. -If a decimal is present, count from the left to a non-zero digit & count everything after to find significant figures


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