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Introduction to Density  Fall 2013- Day 1 Introduction to Density Fall 2013- Day 1 Presentation Transcript

  • You will Need: 1)Pencil, Colored Pencil, Highlighters 2) One Blank sheet of Paper – Cornell Notes 3)Identifying Volume Lab – Due Now 4)Log #2 – Update Managers login
  • Test #1 Takes and Retakes – Schedule w/me – only 3 more opportunities to complete this Parent Conferences – Next Week….Please get request form to me ASAP
  • A substance’s density is the measure of the mass of material within a certain volume. (amnt of space taken up) The mass (amount of particles) is affected by how tightly packed the molecules are within the space.
  • Blank Sheet Same Volume (amount of space) Different Volume
  • Blank Sheet Same Volume/ Same Density (amount of space)
  • Blank Sheet Same Volume/ Same Density (amount of space) Different Volume/ Same Density
  • Blank Sheet Same Volume/ Same Mass Same Volume/ Diff Mass
  • A B A and B = SAME VOLUME (same size)
  • A B A and B = SAME VOLUME (same size) A B A and B = DIFFERENT MASS (amount of particles; different substance) Different Densities
  • C D C and D = DIFFERENT VOLUME (different size) but same substance
  • C D C and D = DIFFERENT VOLUME (different size) but same substance Same Densities- particles are packed the same way
  • 1. VOLUME – amount of space • mL, cm3 , cc 2. MASS – amount of particles Any gram unit 3. DENSITY – how the particles are packed- RATIO • g/mL , g/cm3 , g/cc, kg/m3 CombinationUnits
  • Sample Chemical Symbol Density g/cm3 Physical Attribute Lead Pb 11.3 Heaviest Mass Copper Cu 8.9 Orange Iron Fe 7.9 Magnetic/Rusts Brass Cu & Zn 8.6 Yellow Aluminum Al 2.7 Lightest Mass Zinc Zn 7.1 Dull Gray You will need this chart to ID substances.
  • 1. Progress Notice – Due Thur 2. Review and Reflect on Introduction to Density Notes 3. Nothing else unless you owe me.