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Pershing Unit 1

safety, metrics and PHEOC

What should you do if your lab partner splashes chemicals in his eyes? wash the eyes immediately
Any lab violation that places either you or someone else in danger has what consequence? likely you will be removed from the classroom
Do you need permission to work in the lab stations? Yes
Where should broken glass be placed? In a separate container--Not the regular garbage
When is it ok to taste something in the lab? Only when the teacher says
What unit do you measure liquid in? Liters (milliliter, centiliter, kiloliter etc)
What unit do you measure distance in? meters (millimeter, centimeter, hectometer etc)
What unit do you measure mass in? grams (centigram, kilogram, milligram etc)
What does PHEOC stand for? Problem, Hypothesis, Experiment, Observation and Conclusion
What do all experiments need? an independent variable
What is the first and the last step in an experiment? first--determine a problem and lastly draw your conclusions
Where in the experiment would you report your data in a table or a graph? in the observation section of PHEOC
How do you determine volume? length x width x height
Created by: ellist