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How do I know when not to wear my contacts?
You should never wear your contacts during any of the labs or demonstrations.
Homework: What should it look like?
Name, period, and date at the top.
The question has to be written or summarized. If the question is not a math problem, the answer must be written as a complete sentence. Don't use pronouns in your answer unless you have identified what the pronoun is referring to. INCORRECT WAY: It has a density of about 1 g/mL. CORRECT WAY: Water has a density of about 1 g/mL. - or- The water's mass was 10.9 g and it's volume was 9.9 mL. It has a density of about 1 g/mL. If the question is a math problem, you must show your work. Formula, numbers plug in, calculator answer, and rounded answer rounded to the correct number of significant figures.
Homework File Names and Format
Save your files that you need to turn in as
Need help? Go to my YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/habiger You can also check out the older tutorial videos in the class web page section below.
To show your work, you must have the following: the formula, numbers plugged into the formula, calculator answer, and rounded answer. All numbers must have units.
Administrative files such as class syllabus, contact lens form, etc...
Stoichiometry, percent yield, limiting reagent, solution stoichiometry,
These are all the files for the textbook. The start here file must always be outside of the chemistry folder. Make a folder on you computer named Modern Chemistry Textbook. Download the Start_Here.pdf file and save it into the Modern Chemistry Textbook folder. Then, in the Modern Chemistry Textbook folder make a folder named Chemistry. Download and save all other files in that folder.