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Chem 107

QuestionAnswer
SI Length Meter (m)
SI Mass Kilograms (kg)
SI time seconds (s)
SI Temperature Kelvin (K)
SI amount of substance mole (mol)
Volume Length cubed
Density Mass/Volume (mL for liquids and cm^3 for solids)
units of measurements acronym King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk Monday
King Kilo (k)
Kilo 1,000 m 10^3
Henry Hecto (h)
Hecto 100m 10^2
Died Deka (da)
Deka 10m 10^1
Drinking Deci (d)
Deci 0.1m 10^-1
Chocolate Centi (c)
Centi .01m 10^-2
Milk Milli (m)
Milli .001m 10^-3
Monday Micro (u)
Micro 10^-6m
1ml = 1cm^3
Celcius to Kelvin Celcius + 273.15
Kelvin to Celcius Kelvin - 273.15
Freezing point (C and F) 32F and 0C
Boiling point (C and F) 212 F and 100C
Celcius to Fahrenheit 1.8(C) + 32
Two types of experimental errors determinate and indeterminate
determinate caused by faulty instruments or human error
indeterminate cause is unknown
Rule for rounding off numbers when mult or dividing the answer cant have more sig figs than either of the original numbers
Rule for rounding off numbers when adding or substracting the answer can have more sig figs after the decimal point than either of the original numbers
Area length squared
ideal gas law Pv=nRt
Created by: ltameirao