Presentation on theme: "Elements, Molecules, Compounds, and Mixtures"— Presentation transcript:
1Elements, Molecules, Compounds, and Mixtures Matter Exploration Unit
2What is an element? consists of only one kind of atom cannot be broken down into a simpler type of matter by either physical or chemical meanscan exist as one atom of the element by itself ( 1 atom of Nitrogen) or together (2 atoms of Nitrogen)
3Elements and Elements as Molecules The element ArgonThe element Nitrogen as a molecule in the gas phase.
4What is a molecule?A molecule is 2 or more atoms put together (bound together).May be made of the same or different atoms.Difficult to separate.
5Compoundsconsists of atoms of two or more different elements bound togethercan be broken down into a simpler type of matter (elements) by chemical means (but not by physical means)has properties that are different from its component elements
6This is the a molecule of the compound water (gas phase) This is the a molecule of the compound water (gas phase). Oxygen atoms are red and Hydrogen atoms are white. What do you call the individual oxygen and hydrogen atoms?
7Mixturesconsists of two or more different elements and/or compounds physically intermingledcan be separated into its components by physical means (sorting, sifting, using a magnet, changing density. Ex: From the video last week, how did they separate iron filings from sand?)
8Microscopic view of a gaseous mixture containing two elements (argon and nitrogen) and a compound (water).
9Element, Molecule, Compound, and/or Mixture? How can the example be both an element and a molecule?
10Check your answers: A. 2 Molecules of an element (4 atoms) B. 2 Molecules of a compound (6 atoms)C. Mixture of 2 Molecules of 2 different elementsD. 2 Molecules of 2 compoundsE. 2 Molecules of an elementF. Mixture of 2 Molecules: 1 compound and 1 elementWHY are examples C and F mixtures and not all compounds?
12Elements, Molecules, Compounds, and/or Mixtures? How can an example be both a compound and a molecule?
13Friday’s ActivityHow can we model elements, mixtures, compounds, and molecules? What are some materials we could use?Why do we need models?
14Mini Marshmallow LabIf you are given the following materials, how could you model elements, compounds, mixtures, and molecules? What would each material represent?Mini Marshmallows of different colors(white, green, orange, pink, yellow)Toothpicks
16ConstructionStep 1: CONSTRUCT 7 models of either elements, compounds, or mixtures with the materials (mini marshmallows, toothpicks, plastic bags, markers).Step 2: DRAW a ROUGH sketch of EACH model in your journals (use a legend and color code your models) after your build EACH model. You will reuse some atoms.Step 3: Answer analysis questions in your journal.Step 4: Clean up or store materials.
17Lab Rules1. Wait for teacher instruction before touching lab materials. ALWAYS!2. No horseplay! (Do not eat or throw the materials)3. Clear your desk and make room for only the materials you need.4. If in groups, share responsibilities of task. No putdowns, either.5. When finished, return materials to their correct place.
18ConsequencesImmediately removed from your group and assigned to write a 2 page paper on how molecules affect your daily life.Participation points will be taken away.
19Exit Slip Answer in your journal: 1. What are we doing for the Lab activity in Friday’s class?2. What are the main Lab rules?3. What are the consequences of not following the Lab or classroom rules?4. What cooperative learning skills are important for this activity?