Lab activity: Ranking the strengths of 13 acids. Based on the colors of the indicators, determine which acid is stronger. B e able to explain how/why the shift occurs. Rank the 13 acids from strongest to weakest. lab-20b-ranking-the-strengths-of-acids
Complete the grocery list by filling in the missing units: one ___ eggs; two ____ milk; three ____ flour. What are the quantities we usually measure these quantities?
How can you measure a grain of rice? It is probably too small to weigh the mass of one grain of rice on a balance. Instead, we can weigh a tablespoon of rice on a balance and find the mass a many grains of rice, for example, 1 tablespoon of rice weighs 10g.
I can use the relative mass of objects to find the mass of an object. Example: If 1 tablespoon of staples weighs 20g and weighs twice as much as a tablespoon of rice, how can I find the mass of one grain of rice?
Activity: Find the Relative Mass of Large and Small Paper Clips
Read Unit V.1 and try some of the questions in that section.
Go over writing and naming compounds quiz at the end of class.