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Chem 1st 9wks test

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Define atom
Define molecule
Define compound
Define element
Define homogenous mixture - give example
Define heterogeneous mixture - give example
1 mL = ____cm^3
Define plasma
Define physical property - give an example
Define physical change - give an example
Define chemical property - give an example
Define chemical change - give an example
Define accuracy
Define precision
What is the formula for density?
Define proton
Define neutron
Define electron
Define derived unit - give an example
Define base unit - give an example
Define atomic mass
Define matter
Write in Scientific Notation: a. 34.56 b. .000345 c. 67396.00
What is Democritus known for?
What is John Dalton known for?
What is JJ Thompson known for?
What is Earnest Rutherford known for?
What is Aristotle known for?
What is William Crookes known for?
What is the formula for percent error?
Define electromagnetic radiation
Define electromagnetic spectrum
Define frequency
Define wavelength
Define amplitude
Define weight
Define photoelectric affect
Define line-emission spectra
Define angular momentum
Define principle quantum number
Define magnetic quantum number
What is the Pauli exclusion principle?
What is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?
What is Hund's rule?
What is the Aufbau principle?
Define extensive properties
Define intensive properties
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