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You are all made of very tiny atoms ©
The atoms are so tiny that they can hardly be seen with the most powerful microscopes ©
Your main atoms are ©
Carbon atoms C ©
Your main atoms are Carbon atoms Nitrogen atoms C N ©
Your main atoms are Carbon atoms Nitrogen atoms Oxygen atoms C N O ©
Your main atoms are Carbon atoms Nitrogen atoms Oxygen atoms Hydrogen atoms C N H O ©
Atom stick together to make molecules ©
In air there are ©
oxygen molecules OO ©
In air there are oxygen molecules and nitrogen molecules N O N O ©
A water molecule has one oxygen atom stuck to two hydrogen atoms O H H ©
Thats why it is called H 2 O O H H ©
Water molecules are also very very tiny O H H ©
There are a LOT of tiny water molecules in a glass of water ©
You are all made out of lots and lots of very tiny molecules ©
One of the prettiest molecules is the Buckyball ©
It has 60 carbon atoms and is the same shape as a football ©
Elements, compounds and mixtures This quiz has 10 questions. For each question you have to decide if the statement is true or false. BEWARE ! One mistake.
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Organic Chemistry Recognizing the 4 main classes of organic molecules.
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Topic: Polarity of Water Date: 9/21/2010 and 9/22/10 Outcome: TSWBAT explain why water is classified as a polar molecule by diagramming and explaining.
Structure & Properties of Water. STRUCTURE OF WATER POLAR MOLECULE CAPILLARY ACTION SURFACE TENSION UNIVERSAL SOLVENT COHESION ADHESION DENSITY BUOYANCY.
CHEMICAL BONDING. INTRODUCTION Atoms do not tend to exist on their own Atoms do not tend to exist on their own Most often, they are found joined together,
Moles Moles Atoms Moles Grams MOLES Copyright Sautter 2003.
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Biology The elements which make up carbohydrates. The structural formula of glucose The condensation of glucose to form the disaccharide maltose The condensation.
Unit D Elements and their Combinations. What is matter? a. Something that has mass and takes up space b. Something that is important c. Something that.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
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We Are A Rainbow There Are Many Colors in a Rainbow, All Bound Together as One. They are the Promise of Tomorrow, A Hope for all the Days To Come.
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