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Introduction to

Intro video 6
3. What is matter? 4. What do chemists do? 5. What do chemists look like?

Our Goals:

6. Branches of chemistry
2. What is chemistry?

1. Why chemistry is
awesome

• We blow stuff up
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

• Solve matter-based problems

7. The scientific method
• Make a difference: cancer pain
energy
• $$$
• heal
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8. Quantitative and Qualitative data 9. Precision vs. accuracy
3. What is matter? 4. What do chemists do? 5. What do chemists look like?

Write a sentence below

6. Branches of chemistry
2. What is chemistry?

• 1-5: What is chemistry?
• 6-10 Write an example of things a
chemist does.
• 11-15 List 1 chemical in this room
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

7. The scientific method
• 16-20 List 1
dangerous chemical

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2. What is chemistry?

6. Branches of chemistry
2. What is chemistry?

Chemistry is The study of matter

What is matter?
Anything that has mass
and takes up space.
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

7. The scientific method
Is it matter?
You? Yes Air? Yes
An idea? No
Anger? No Religion? No A perfect vacuum?
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3. What is matter? 4. What do chemists do? 5. What do chemists look like?

4. What do chemists do? They all

6. Branches of chemistry 7. The scientific method
1. Why is chemistry awesome? 2. What is chemistry?

Study matter
Most are specialized:
physical 6. The Branches of chemistry
•Physical change analytical
•Ex: reaction rates
•Product testing
•Ex: elemental analysis
organic
biochemist
•Carbon-based •Matter in life
•Ex: plastics •Ex: DNA

medicinal
inorganic
•drugs
•Not Carbon-based •Ex: viagra
•Ex: mining forensic
•Crime solvers
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What kind of chemist am I?

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2. What is chemistry?

• I make drugs (legal ones)
• Medicinal
• I make plastics
• Organic
• I do elemental analysis (all day long)
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

• Analytical

7. The scientific method
• I study reaction rates and energy
• Physical
• I study the chemistry of fruit flies Marie Curie
• Biochemist 1903, 1911
radioactivity
• I study gold
• inorganic Branches of chemistry ws
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Chemistry and Science

6. Branches of chemistry
2. What is chemistry?

• Math • Basic
• Physics
• Chemistry
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

7. The scientific method
• Biology
• Social Irene Curie

science
1935
• Applied neutron

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The Scientific Method
2. What is chemistry?

C O

Controls:
Standards
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

7. The scientific method
For comparison

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
1964 B12
E H

Oh heck I know that
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Give me a positive and negative

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2. What is chemistry?

Desired effect control No effect

Experiment Positive Negative
Control Control
Test a pain Aspirin Sugar pill:
drug for
placebo
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

efficacy

7. The scientific method
Test for mud dust
moisture in dirt

Test for life You stiff

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Qualitative or quantitative

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2. What is chemistry?

No numbers data?
numbers

A bunch of Qual.
biologists
5 biologists Quant.
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

7. The scientific method
31 cows Nobel PrizeWinner
many years ago Qual.
Barbara McClintock
Hartford, CT
Nobel Prize 1983 Quant.
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Can you hit the bull's-eye?

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2. What is chemistry?

Three
targets with
three
arrows each
to shoot.
Neither
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

How do Both Precise

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accurate but not accurate
they nor
and accurate
compare? precise
precise

Can you define accuracy and precision?
bullseye consistent
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Accurate, precise, or both?

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2. What is chemistry?
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

accurate •Not accurate •accurate

7. The scientific method
•Not accurate
•precise •precise •Not precise

Richard Schrock
2005 catalysts

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6. Branches of chemistry
2. What is chemistry?

Marie Curie Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
Irene Curie
1903, 1911 1964
1935
1. Why is chemistry awesome?

radioactivity

7. The scientific method
neutron B12

Name
That End Unit 1 
scientist
Barbara McClintock Richard Schrock
1983 DNA 2005 catalysts
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