CHEM 1101, week 1 notes
CHEM 1101, week 1 notes CHE 1101
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Date Created: 09/06/16
Scientific Method 1.) Ask a question 2.) Construct a hypothesis 3.) Test with experiments 4.) Analyze the results 5.) Formulate a conclusion The history of the atom Prior to 19th century, scientific progress was slow Over the course of time, enough data was collected to notice trends 1.) In any chemical compound, the element always combine in the same portion by mass a.) Water (H₂O): Mass of O is 8x larger than H b.) Ammonia (NH₃) will always have 1N to 3H c.) Law of Definite Proportions 2.) Mass is neither created nor lost a.) Law of Conservation of Mass E.x. mass of chlorine ➗ mass of sodium = Ratio of Elements 4.22g of chlorine➗2.74g of sodium = 1.54 *Be sure to include 3 significant figures in your answer* Dalton’s atomic theory matter consists of tiny particles called atoms *Democritus was right* In any sample of a pure element, all atoms have the same mass The atoms of different elements differ in mass and other properties When atoms of different elements combine to form compounds, new and more complex particles form In a giving compound, the constituent atoms are always present in the same numerical ratio atoms are indestructible Theory vs law Law(fact) Theory Hypothesis The boys of science Michael Faraday(1834): Matter was electrically charged J.J. Thompson (1897): quantitative measurements of charge Robert Milikan(1909): Measured electron charge to be negative, mass of electron can be calculated Ernest Rutherford & Co (early 20th century): discovered atomic nucleus Subatomic Particles Neutrons: n° Protons: p+ Electrons: e Mass Number: A Atomic Number: Z (a.k.a. Number of protons) Periodic Table Oxygen 8 15.99949994 Name: Oxygen Atomic #: 8 Symbol: O Atomic mass: 15.9994 Or Mass #: 16 Atomic #: 8 Symbol: O NonNeutral Elements An element can have a charge!! How? Lose an e (more positive) Gain an e (more negative) An element can have different mass numbers! How? Lose a neutron gain a neutron Isotopes C14 12 14 13 ❑ 6 , 6C , ❑ C6 *An element cannot lose a proton and be the same element!* E.x Neutral Oxygen has 8 protons atomic # 8 8 neutrons mass # 16 8 electrons atomic mass 15.9994 Gains an electron…. 8 protons atomic # 8 9 electrons mass # 16 8 neutrons 16 1 8 8 Isotope…. 8 protons atomic # 8 8 electrons mass # 15 7 neutrons 15 8 8 The mass number is the number of p+ + number of e The atomic mass= average mass of isotopes E.x O16= 99.76% O17= 0.037% O18= 0.20% Mass vs Weight Chemistry is concerned with the properties and transformation of matter Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass Mass= a measure of an object’s resistance to a change in motion cannot be measured directly doesn’t change unless something is added or taken away Weight= a force in which the object is interfered by gravity changes based on gravity measured directly by a scale
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