Explain how the material learned in this course, based upon the objectives, will be applicable to professional application.

Reflection Instructions Please respond to the following questions based upon these course objectives: Explain basic atomic structure. Interpret the Periodic Table of Elements. Analyze the principles of chemical reactions. Apply the scientific method to experimental data. Apply principles of measurement. Please answer the following questions with supporting examples and full explanations. For each of the… Continue reading Explain how the material learned in this course, based upon the objectives, will be applicable to professional application.

Density= ? g/ml

  340. mL of liquid acetone has a mass of 269 g. Density= ? g/ml 430. mL of concentrated liquid nitric acid has a mass of 645g. Density = ? g/mL 4.57 of ammonia gas has a mass of 3.52 g. Density= ?g/L A 390.-cm3 block of calcium metal (Ca) has a mass of 605… Continue reading Density= ? g/ml

Describe how the food tastes, smells and looks.

Acids and Bases Instructions Please complete the following steps for your discussion post and response. Acids and bases can be found in many places including the kitchen. Acids like lemon juice can make foods taste sour. Basic or alkaline foods such as peas or almonds may have more of a bland taste.  As we’ve learned… Continue reading Describe how the food tastes, smells and looks.

Post a response thread about how the sharing of chemical information can be misleading. 

Discussion # 5: DHMO Website 33 unread replies.33 replies. Visit the DHMO website (http://www.dhmo.org/ (Links to an external site.)) and review the materials about the fact and dangers of dihydrogen monoxide.  Read the first page of the website and then on the left side review each of the following tabs:  Dihydrogen Monoxide FAQ  Enviro Impact of… Continue reading Post a response thread about how the sharing of chemical information can be misleading. 

Compare (similarities) and contrast (differences) ionic and covalent bonding.

Ionic and Covalent Bonding Instructions Please complete the following steps for your discussion post and response. Compare (similarities) and contrast (differences) ionic and covalent bonding. Make sure to discuss valence electrons and electronegativity of the atoms involved. Give an example of a molecule formed with each type of bonding. In your example, give the chemical… Continue reading Compare (similarities) and contrast (differences) ionic and covalent bonding.

This criterion is linked to a learning outcomediscussion15 ptssuperior1.

GCHEM 1 LAB RUBRIC (1)GCHEM 1 LAB RUBRIC (1)CriteriaRatingsPts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle of the lab1 ptsSuperiorThe title of the lab is clearly stated.0 ptsUnacceptableThe title of the lab is not clearly stated. 1 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePurpose of the lab2 ptsSuperiorThe purpose of the lab is clearly identified and… Continue reading This criterion is linked to a learning outcomediscussion15 ptssuperior1.

Discusses data and results in good detail.

GCHEM 1 LAB RUBRIC (1)GCHEM 1 LAB RUBRIC (1)CriteriaRatingsPts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTitle of the lab1 ptsSuperiorThe title of the lab is clearly stated.0 ptsUnacceptableThe title of the lab is not clearly stated. 1 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePurpose of the lab2 ptsSuperiorThe purpose of the lab is clearly identified and… Continue reading Discusses data and results in good detail.