You Will Need:
1. Pencil/Pen
2. Pick up - Elements, Compounds
and Mixtures – BOOKSHELF 1
pages, 2 sides – Pgs 5 & 6
3. We ...
STAR Cards #1-30
1.Due Friday at the
beginning of class
2.Quiz #1 on cards #1-30 on
Friday
1. We know the definition of Element,
Compounds & Mixtures
2. What do their particles look like?
1. Materials Managers: Pick up one
supply bag for your table
2. Separate and Layout 6 small zip
lock bags labeled, ELEMENT...
Can you create your own?
1) 2 different samples of Elements
2) 2 different samples of Compounds
3) 2 different samples of ...
1. For most substances, increasing
temperature increases the amount of
solubility. (direct relationship)
2. For some subst...
EXAMPLE: Which salt is the least soluble at 50 degrees
Celsius?
KClO3
Example: At 30 degrees C, how much KNO3 will
dissolve in 200 g of water?
30 for 100 g of water 30 x 2 for 200 g of water 6...
# Concept Element Compound Mixture
1 Basic Component is one type
of atom
9 Can be formed through
covalent or ionic bonding...
Element
Element &
Compound
Compound
s
All
Element &
Mixture
Mixture
Compound
s &
Mixtures
1
# Concept Element Compound Mixture
1 Basic Component is one type of
atom
9 Can be formed through
covalent or ionic bonding...
Element
Element &
Compound
Compound
s
All
Element &
Mixture
Mixture
Compound
s &
Mixtures
1
9
# Concept Element Compound Mixture
1 Basic Component is one type of
atom
9 Can be formed through
covalent or ionic bonding...
Element
Element &
Compound
Compound
s
All
Element &
Mixture
Mixture
Compound
s &
Mixtures
1
9
11
1) Complete all notes on
Worksheet
2) Make sure lab is initialed and
multiple choice questions
answered
3) There will be t...
1) Elements, Compounds and
Mixtures Notes and Lab due
tomorrow by the end of the
period – we have one more
page
2) STAR CA...
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Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Day 4 spring 2014

  1. 1. You Will Need: 1. Pencil/Pen 2. Pick up - Elements, Compounds and Mixtures – BOOKSHELF 1 pages, 2 sides – Pgs 5 & 6 3. We have one more sheet to this packet to pick up tomorrow.
  2. 2. STAR Cards #1-30 1.Due Friday at the beginning of class 2.Quiz #1 on cards #1-30 on Friday
  3. 3. 1. We know the definition of Element, Compounds & Mixtures 2. What do their particles look like?
  4. 4. 1. Materials Managers: Pick up one supply bag for your table 2. Separate and Layout 6 small zip lock bags labeled, ELEMENT, COMPOUND, MIXTURE 3. Unload screws, bolts and washers in the middle of the table.
  5. 5. Can you create your own? 1) 2 different samples of Elements 2) 2 different samples of Compounds 3) 2 different samples of Mixtures A. Mixture of Elements, B. Mixture of Compounds or C. Mixture of Elements and Compounds Make sure to have your lab sheet initialed
  6. 6. 1. For most substances, increasing temperature increases the amount of solubility. (direct relationship) 2. For some substances, increasing temperature decreases the amount of solubility. (indirect relationship)
  7. 7. EXAMPLE: Which salt is the least soluble at 50 degrees Celsius? KClO3
  8. 8. Example: At 30 degrees C, how much KNO3 will dissolve in 200 g of water? 30 for 100 g of water 30 x 2 for 200 g of water 60 g
  9. 9. # Concept Element Compound Mixture 1 Basic Component is one type of atom 9 Can be formed through covalent or ionic bonding 11 A blending of two or more substances X
  10. 10. Element Element & Compound Compound s All Element & Mixture Mixture Compound s & Mixtures 1
  11. 11. # Concept Element Compound Mixture 1 Basic Component is one type of atom 9 Can be formed through covalent or ionic bonding 11 A blending of two or more substances X XX
  12. 12. Element Element & Compound Compound s All Element & Mixture Mixture Compound s & Mixtures 1 9
  13. 13. # Concept Element Compound Mixture 1 Basic Component is one type of atom 9 Can be formed through covalent or ionic bonding 11 A blending of two or more substances X X X X
  14. 14. Element Element & Compound Compound s All Element & Mixture Mixture Compound s & Mixtures 1 9 11
  15. 15. 1) Complete all notes on Worksheet 2) Make sure lab is initialed and multiple choice questions answered 3) There will be time in class to work on Venn Diagram Tomorrow Diagram
  16. 16. 1) Elements, Compounds and Mixtures Notes and Lab due tomorrow by the end of the period – we have one more page 2) STAR CARDS #1-30 DUE Friday at the beginning of class. Quiz on Friday.

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