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11.1 Chemistry Objectives: 1. Identify the 5 areas of chemistry 2. Relate pure chemistry to applied chemistry3. Identify reasons to study chemistry4. Define chemistry
2Inquiry Activity – Solid or Liquid (pg. 6) Materials: Tablespoon, cornstarch, small bowl, water Think About it… 1. What happened when you slowly pushed your finger or fist into the mixture? 2. What happened when you jabbed your finger or fist into the mixture? 3. What happened when you squeezed the ball? When you released the ball? 4. What factor seems to determine whether the mixture behaves as like a solid or a liquid?
3I. What is Chemistry?A. Def – the study of the composition of matter and the changes that matter undergoes. 1. Important? B. Areas of Chemistry 1. Organic Chemistry 2. Inorganic Chemistry 3. Biochemistry 4. Analytical Chemistry 5. Physical Chemistry
4C. Pure vs. Applied Chemistry pursuit of chemical knowledge pure leads to applied application of research towards a goalExamples: Nylon and Aspirin (pg. 9)**Technology – applied science that allows humansto something quicker or easier**
5D. Why study Chemistry. 1. Explaining the natural world 2 D. Why study Chemistry? 1. Explaining the natural world 2. Preparing for a career 3. Being an informed citizen
6Name________________ Assignment # 1.1 Q’s 1-5 Class Period ______ 1. Explain why chemistry affects all aspects of life and why it is important to study. 2. List the 5 traditional areas of chemistry. 3. In your own words describe the relationship between pure and applied chemistry. 4. List 3 reasons for studying chemistry. 5. Would a geologist ask a biochemist to help identify the minerals in a rock? Explain your answer.