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Scientific Method J

Scientific Method and Lab Safety Review

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Gloves, Goggles and Aprons are 3 examples of this PPE
Also known as dependent variable (plotted on y axis) responding
Word that helps you remember how to use a fire extinguisher PASS
Also known as the independent variable (plotted on x axis) manipulated
Conditions kept the same during experiment Constants
The study of the composition of matter and its changes Chemistry
Indirectly smelling a chemical is called this wafting
Graph that shows change over time Line
Step of the scientific method where tables & graphs are made Analyze Data
The group that does not receive the independent variable control
The last 2 things done after a lab is complete clean up and wash hands
Graph that shows percentages Circle (pie)
2 main sources of error during a lab experiment human & mechanical
Where broken glass disposed of sharps container
chemistry of the identity and composition of matter Analytical
Graph that is best for direct comparisons Bar
Chemistry where knowledge is gained for NO specific purpose pure
Chemistry where knowledge is gained FOR a specific purpose applied
Number of independent variables that should be tested at one time 1
Dangers of pouring leftover chemicals back into the original container contamination or start a reaction
used to test hypothesis experiment
Reasons to collaborate and communicate get results and share results
protects respiratory system from toxic vapors fume hood
chemistry in organisms biochemistry
A well supported explanation of many observations scientific theory
A brief statement of many observations scientific law
chemistry involves chemicals with carbon organic
Gathering information through observing and experimenting Science
chemistry involves rates of reaction and energy transfer physical
chemistry involves chemicals without carbon inorganic
Created by: cadetjt
 

 



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