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CLASS SET: don’t write on me

Chemistry

STATION ONE

Learn: Vocabulary
Learning Target: I can use the correct vocabulary to describe chemical properties of substances. 1. Using the text or internet, define the words below in our notebook. 2. Keep the definitions in your notebook or portfolio and have Mr. Gabrys sign your passport. Terms:  Mass  Volume  Weight  Density  Matter  Kilogram  Newton  Chemical reaction  Reactant  Product  Organic  Inorganic  Atom  Molecule  Compound  Mixture  Chemical

Mr. Gabrys

Intro to Chemistry

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Chemistry

STATION TWO

Learn: Types of Substances
Learning Target: I can identify different substances as elements, compounds, heterogonous mixtures and homogenous mixtures. 3. Read section 1.3 in the chemistry textbook, starting on page 21. 4. Answer the questions below (also found on page 28) in your notebook. 5. Keep this in your notebook or portfolio and have Mr. Gabrys sign your passport.
Questions: 1. What are the two types of pure substances? 2. Define the term compound. 3. How does an element differ from a compound? 4. How are atoms and molecules related? 5. What is the smallest number of elements needed to make a compound? 6. What ate two differences between compounds and mixtures? 7. Identify each of the following as an element, a compound, a homogeneous mixture, or a heterogeneous mixture a. CH4 d. Salt water b. S8 e. CH2O c. Distilled water f. Concrete 8. How is a homogeneous mixture different from a heterogeneous mixture? 9. Why is a monatomic compound nonsense? 10. Compare the composition f sucrose purified from sugar cane with the composition of sucrose purified from sugar beets. Explain your answer. 11. After a mixture of iron and sulfur are heated and the cooled, a magnet no longer attracts the iron. How would you classify the resulting material? 12. How could you decide whether a ring was 24-karat gold or 14-karat gold without damaging the ring? 13. To help a child take aspirin, a parent may crush the tablet and add it to applesauce. Is the aspirin-applesauce combination classified as a compound or a mixture? Explain your answer. 14. Four different containers are labeled C + O2, CO, CO2 and Co. Based on the labels, classify each as an element, a compound, a homogeneous mixture or a heterogeneous mixture. Explain your reasoning.

Mr. Gabrys

Intro to Chemistry

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Chemistry

STATION THREE

Learn: Types of Substances
Learning Target: I can identify different substances as elements, compounds, heterogonous mixtures and homogenous mixtures.
1. Copy the chart below into your notebook.

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Pure Substances

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Homogeneous Mixture

2. Using the terms compound, element, heterogeneous mixture, matter, and mixture to complete the chart. 3. For the substances below, determine if they are compound, element, heterogeneous mixture or a homogeneous mixture a. Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) k. Tap water b. Iron (Fe) l. Oxygen (O2) c. Cobalt (Co) m. Trail mix (the food) d. Fruit Loops cereal n. Laundry detergent e. Salt (NaCl) o. Pizza f. Salad dressing p. Blood g. Toothpaste q. Mouthwash h. 24-karat gold r. Perfume i. Sterling silver s. Neon (Ne) j. Distilled Water t. Epsom salts (MgSO4)

Mr. Gabrys

Intro to Chemistry

CLASS SET: don’t write on me

Chemistry

STATION FOUR

Practice: Organic/Inorganic
Learning Target: I can identify organic and inorganic compounds. 6. In your notebook, define the terms organic and inorganic. 7. For the chemicals below, identify them as either organic or inorganic. 8. Keep the work in your notebook, and have Mr. Gabrys sign passport when you are done. Chemicals (chemical formula) A. Water (H2O) B. Carbon dioxide (CO2) C. Methane (CH4) D. Octane [found in gasoline] (C8H18) E. Glucose (C6H12O6) F. Ethynol (C2H2O) G. Oxalic acid (C2H2O4) H. Aluminium Oxide (Al2O3) I. Barium iodide (BaI2) J. Cadmium Sulfide (CdS) K. Butene (C4H8) L. Zinc acetate (C4H6O4Zn) M. Copper(II) nitrate (Cu(NO3)2) N. Gold(I) chloride (AuCl) O. Iron(II) oxide (FeO) P. Hexane (C6H14) Q. Magnesium chloride (MgCl2) R. Potassium sulfide (K2S) S. Acetoacetic acid (C4H6O3) T. Propyl alcohol (C3H8O)

Mr. Gabrys

Intro to Chemistry