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SI Units

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Students know how to… ◦ convert between °C - °K ◦ Analyze situations/solve problems combining and applying concepts.

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In science we use measurements to observe. Thus we need to assign the correct units in the numerical value to know what we are talking about.

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Most commonly used Units by chemists Length – meter (m) Mass – kilogram (Kg) Temp. – Kelvin (K) Time – second (sec) Amount of a substance- mole (mol) Volume – cubic centimeter (cm 3 )

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K H D M D C M

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The space occupied by any sample of matter. ◦ Liter (L) is most commonly used measurement. ◦ Not part of the SI Unit Volume = length x width x height

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The measurement of the quantity of matter Weight is different. ◦ A force that measures the pull on a given mass by gravity. Kg = mass of 1 L of liquid water at 4° C.

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Measured in Kelvin. Comparison of Kevin to Celsius scales.

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