Collection of General Science articles. Topics include the atom, formulas and equations, physical properties of matter, properties of solutions, acids, bases and salts, scientific method and the limits of science.


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Collection articles Chemistry atoms formulas equations matter periodic table bonding solutions kinetics acids bases oxidation reduction



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SCI.9-12.C.1.S1.1.a: Science

use theories and/ or models to represent and explain observations

SCI.9-12.C.1.S1.1.b: Science

use theories and/ or principles to make predictions about natural phenomena

SCI.9-12.C.1.S1.1.c: Science

develop models to explain observations

SCI.9-12.C.1.S1.3.a: Science

evaluate the merits of various scientific theories and indicate why one theory was accepted over another

SCI.9-12.C.1.S2.1.a: Science

design and/ or carry out experiments, using scientific methodology to test proposed calculations

SCI.9-12.C.1.S2.2.a: Science

use library investigations, retrieved information, and literature reviews to improve the experimental design of an experiment

SCI.9-12.C.1.S2.3.a: Science

develop research proposals in the form of "if X is true and a particular test Y is done, then prediction Z will occur"

SCI.9-12.C.1.S2.4.a: Science

determine safety procedures to accompany a research plan

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.1.a: Science

organize observations in a data table, analyze the data for trends or patterns, and interpret the trends or patterns, using scientific concepts

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.2: Science

Apply statistical analysis techniques when appropriate to test if chance alone explains the result.

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.3.a: Science

evaluate experimental methodology for inherent sources of error and analyze the possible effect on the result

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.3.b: Science

compare the experimental result to the expected result; calculate the percent error as appropriate

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.4: Science

Using results of the test and through public discussion, revise the explanation and contemplate additional research.

SCI.9-12.C.1.S3.5: Science

Develop a written report for public scrutiny that describes the proposed explanation, including a literature review, the research carried out, its results, and suggestions for further research.

SCI.9-12.C.4.4.2.a: Science

Heat is a transfer of energy (usually thermal energy) from a body of higher temperature to a body of lower temperature. Thermal energy is the energy associated with the random motion of atoms and molecules.

SCI.9-12.C.4.4.2.b: Science

Temperature is a measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a sample of material. Temperature is not a form of energy.

SCI.9-12.C.4.4.2.c: Science

The concepts of kinetic and potential energy can be used to explain physical processes that include: fusion (melting), solidification (freezing), vaporization (boiling, evaporation), condensation, sublimation, and deposition.
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