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solid to liquid
melting
liquid to gas
vaporization
liquid to gas only on surface
evaporation
liquid to gas from bubbles throughout
boiling
solid to gas
sublimation
gas to liquid
condensation
liquid to solid
freezing
gas to solid
depostition
How are some elements given their names?
1)from other languages
2)named by ancient people who used them
TOC=?
Table of contents
Which icon is animated?
Extra help icon, a tiger
Which icon will change when new info is posted?
announcements
When are scheduled extra help times?
wednesday afternoon and friday morning
solid- movement of particles
arrangement of particles
shape and volume
only vibrations
closely packed some crystals
denfinite shape and volume
liquid- movement of particles
arrangement of particles
shape and volume
flow together
close together, but can move
no definite shape, definite volume
gas- movement of particles
arrangement of particles
shape and volume
free to move; 500 m/s
randomly dispersed
no definite shape and volume
a pure substance that can't be broken down into any other substance by chemical or physical means
element
basic particle from which all elements are made
atom
a force of attraction between 2 atoms
chemical bond
groups of 2 or more atoms held together by chemical bonds
molecules
what # is the golden #?
1.618
Materials Needed
1) 2 sharp pencils
2) Current class handouts
3) part of binder for science
4) notebook paper
What do you need on all of your assignments
Full name, Student #, Date, class period
How is your grade determined?
Classwork and homework 30%
Lab reports and quizzes 30%
projects and tests 40%
H=
Hydrogen
He=
Helium
C=
Carbon
N=
Nitrogen
O=
Oxygen
Ca=
Calcium
Fe=
Iron
Ni=
Nickel
Zn=
Zinc
Au=
Gold
Ag=
Silver
Hg=
Mercury
what are 96% of living material made of?
c, h, o, and n