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  • 1. 2/16 A/B DayLEQ: What physical properties of watermake it unique?1. What disease do we associate with insulin andglucose?2. What disease do we associate with highcholesterol?3. What is one risk of using chemicals for agriculture? Take a look at the following chemical reaction:6CO2 + 6H2O  C6H12O6 + 6O24. List the reactants.5. List the products.
  • 2. Track your progress!-1 = 96 -9 = 64 -17 = 32-2 = 92 -10 = 60 -18 = 28-3 = 88 -11 = 56 -19 = 24-4 = 84 -12 = 52 -20 = 20-5 = 80 -13 = 48 -21 = 16-6 = 76 -14 = 44 -22 = 12-7 = 72 -15 = 40 -23 = 8-8 = 68 -16 = 36 -24 = 4
  • 3. Let’s Review!
  • 4. WHAT’S THAT?!
  • 5. Let’s Review: UNSCRAMBLE!Protons =Electrons =Neutrons =
  • 6. The Periodic Table: List if ingredients use to make EVERYTHING on Earth
  • 7. Atomic # = 7 # of protons in the nucleus N NitrogenAtomic Mass = # of protons 14 and neutrons
  • 8. NORMAL NITROGEN Protons: 7 Neutrons: 7 Electrons: 7 Protons: 7 Neutrons: 7 Electrons: 8 NITROGEN ION
  • 9. Physical Properties of WaterDensitySolubilitySurfaceTensionBuoyancySpecificHeat
  • 10. Colder water = denser water The “skin” that covers The upward water’s surface push of water molecules on a substance Water is the universal Water heats solvent! and cools very slowly!
  • 11. Physical Properties of WaterDensity Colder water = denser waterSolubility Water is the universal solvent!Surface The “skin” that covers the surface of waterTension The upward push ofBuoyancy water molecules on a substanceSpecific Water heats and cools very slowly!Heat
  • 12. Physical Properties of WaterDensity Colder water = denser waterSolubility Water is the universal solvent!Surface The “skin” that covers the surface of waterTension The upward push ofBuoyancy water molecules on a substanceSpecific Water heats and cools very slowly!Heat
  • 13. Demos!1. Surface Tension2. Buoyancy3. Solubility4. Density5. Specific Heat
  • 14. Number your paper 1-10 (skip 1 line)1. This shows __________ because………. (density, solubility, specific heat, surface tension, buoyancy)
  • 15. Number your paper 1-10 (do not skip lines)1. Water molecules push up on a surf board,causing it to float on the surface of the water.2. Water striders can “walk” or glide on top ofwater because of this property.3. Even in the middle of a hot summer day,water stays cool because of this property.4. You can easily dissolve salt into waterbecause of this property.5. Warmer water rises up to the surfacebecause of this property.
  • 16. 6. Water molecules push up on speed boats, causingthem to float on the surface.7. Ammonia is a difficult chemical to dissolve, but itis easily soluble in water because of this property.8. Even in the middle of winter, lakes and ponds staywarm enough for fish to live in them because of thisproperty.9. You can rest a paper clip on the top of a glass ofwater because of this property.10. Colder water sinks down to the bottom of a glassbecause of this property.
  • 17. Show me what you know!
  • 18. Use your notes and your new knowledge from the lab yesterday to add on to your water bubble map! PhysicalProperties WATER
  • 19. Summarizer: In 4-6 sentences, write aparagraph to describe whatphysical properties of water make it unique!

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