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chemistry quiz 1

carnegie chemistry quiz 1 worksheet

kilo 1000x
deci 1/10
centi 1/100
milli 1/1000
micro 1/1000,000
microgram mg
kilogram kg
centimeter cm
milliter mL
deciliter dL
microliter mL
1 liter 1.06
2.2lb 1 kg
2.54cm 1 in
3.28ft 1 m
1 lb 454 g
what is the basic metric unit of weight gram
what is the basic metric unit of volume Liter
what is the basic metric unit of length meter
element building blocks of all matter
atom smallest particle of an element
compound 2 or more different elements in a fixed ratio
molecule smallest particle of a compound
mixture any number of substances, no definite porportion
carbon (C) element, atom
carbon dioxide (CO2) molecule, compound
gluclose (C6H12O5) compound, molecule
orange juice mixture
oxygen (O) element, atom
sand and salt mixture
water (H2O) molecule, compound
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