Unit 1 - Physical Properties of Matter
1. Define mass and volume. Compare
and contrast mass and volume
3. Represent data using a histogram.
4. Use a histogram to interpret trends in data.
5. Develop, from experimental evidence,
the law of conservation of mass.
6. Relate the volume of a container (in cm3) to the volume of liquid it contains (mL).
7. Recognize that instruments have
a limit to their precision. Relate the data recorded to the quality of the measurement
8. Given a graph of mass vs. volume of
various substances, relate the slope to the density of the substance.
9. Recognize that density is a characteristic property of mater.
10. Use density as a quantitative conversion
factor between mass and volume.
11. Use differences in
density fo solids, liquids, and gases as evidence for differences in the structure of matter in these phases.
Understanding Conversion Factors
Denisty! What is it Good For?
How to Solve Density Problems
Unit 1 Documents
Metric Conversions (KHDBdcm)
Unit 1 WS1: Mass and Change
Unit 1 Metric Conversion
Unit 1: Scale Reading, Uncertainty, and Sig Figs
Unit 1 WS2: Reading Scales
Unit 1 WS 3:Mass, Volume, and Density
Unit 1 WS4: Applied Density Problems
Unit 1 WS 5: Size of Things
Unit 1 WS 6: Dimensional Analysis
Unit 1 Review WS
Unit 1 Study Guide
Unit 1 Test retake checklist