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Module #1 Chemistry

Vocabulary for Module #1: Measurement and Units

matter anything that has mass and takes up space
mass (metric) gram
distance (metric) meter
volume (metric) liter
time (metric and english) second
mass (english) slug
distance (english) foot
volume (english) gallon
milli 0.001
centi 0.01
deci 0.1
deca 10
hecta 100
kilo 1,000
1 inch = ___ cm 2.54
1 slug = ____ kg 14.59
1 gallon = ___ L 3.78
cm3 = ? mL
volume length x width x height
graduated cylinder a device for measuring volume
meniscus the curved surface of a liquid in a graduated cylinder
accuracy an indication of how close a measurement is to the true value
precision an indication of the scale on the measuring device that was used
density an object's mass divided by the volume that the object occupies
p=m/v density