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									Name _________________________________                             2012-2013

Safety and Laboratory Study Guidelines for Unit I and Test I

Safety includes: clothing, preparation, safety equipment, lab equipment and chemicals.


       1. Know the location of safety equipment in the room. List 2 and their location.

           _______________________________________________________

       2. Bring lab book with procedural drawings in preparation for lab to be done. _________________

       3. Know the proper and improper clothing to wear in lab. _________________

       4. Know the names of scientific equipment. List at three items.

           ______________________________________________

       5. Describe how to light a Bunsen Burner

           _____________________________________________________________________

       6. Know basic safety rules. ____________________________

       7. On the lines above, place either the textbook page number or the reference sheet you need to

           study.

Scientific Numbers and Symbols Guidelines

Scientific Numbers and Symbols include: scientific notation, significant figures, accuracy, precision and
chemical symbols



       1. Know how scientific numbers relate to exponents i.e. very large and very small numbers.

           Change to a real number 1.2 x102 ____________________Change 0.002 to scientific notation.

           _____________________

       2. Know how to add, subtract, multiple and divide using scientific numbers. _________________

       3. Know how to compare distances and sizes in the metric system _________________

       4. Know the symbols and correct spelling for the first 20 elements and Silver, Iodine, Barium,

           Gold, Mercury, Lead, and Uranium. _________________
Study Guidelines for Unit I Matter and Energy Ch. 1 & 2
(some information available in Chapters 10, 12 and 17)

Matter and Energy Unit includes: matter classification, matter separation methods, Energy transfer and
Entropy including Demos and Labs


Matter and Energy
      1. Know how to classify matter _________________

       2. What is homogeneous matter ________________________

       3. Give one example of homogeneous matter ________________________

       4. What is heterogeneous matter ____________________________

       5. Give one example of heterogeneous matter. _____________

       6. Know how to separate matter. Separate sand from salt

          _____________________________________________________________________

       7. Know the different types of evidence indicating that a chemical reaction has occurred

          specifically the ones from class demonstrations. _________________

       8. What enthalpy is _________________

       9. What entropy is _________________

       10. Evidence of chemical reaction. List 2 ____________ _________________

       11. What happens to energy in an Exothermic Reaction? _____________________

       12. What happens to energy in an Endothermic Reaction? _________________

       13. What is q? _________________

       14. What equation is used to calculate q_________________

       15. How is the equation rearranged to calculate specific heat _________________

       16. What is specific heat _____________________________________

On the lines above, place either the Chapter # and textbook page number or the name of the reference

or worksheet you need to study for each line in the study guideline.

								
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