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Lessons
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Chemistry Lesson: Average Atomic Mass Calculations

[View the accompanying Atomic Mass Practice Problems Part I here.] Atomic Mass The atomic mass is an experimental number determined from all of the naturally occuring isotopes of an element. As we saw in our lesson on atomic structure, not all … Read More

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Chemistry Lesson: The Metric System & Conversions

The Metric System The metric system was created by the French in the late 1700′s in response to the English system which, quite frankly, is fairly confusing in that it uses numerous different units and has no uniformity among conversions. … Read More

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Chemistry Lesson: Unit Analysis (Unit Conversions, Dimensional Analysis)

Converting Units When we need to convert between units (for example, converting minutes to seconds) we use conversion factors. Conversion factors are a ratio that specify how one unit of measurement is related to another unit of measurement.  For example, … Read More

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Chemistry Lesson: Structure of the Atom – Protons, Neutrons & Electrons

Basic Structure of the atom The atom is very tiny, having a diameter of about 10-10 meters. Keep in mind that’s like saying 0.0000000001 meters, or about one-billionth of a meter across! But within this already extremely small atom is … Read More

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Chemistry Practice Problems: Scientific Notation

[Download the accompanying PDF worksheet.] Convert the following numbers into scientific notation: 1.  192 Gs 2.  0.00478 fm 3.  50800 qt 4.  390.0200 K 5.  0.08200 µm 6.  4000 °F   Convert the following numbers into standard (decimal) notation: 7. … Read More