Monthly Archives: October 2013

Weekly Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently. This week I completed the molympics, A test in Spanish and AP Psych, and multiple stoichiometry equations. 2. What have you learned recently? I learned most of my orchestra music to perfection this … Continue reading

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The Mole

A mole is a unit used to convert the atomic masses of single elements, ions, and molecules into useable units of grams. 6.022×10^23 other wise known as Avogadro’s number.  This knowledge of course is by far the easiest and most understood characteristic about … Continue reading

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Weekly Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently? This week in chemistry class I completed worksheets and labs dealing with percent composition and empirical formulas. I also drew a diagram of the human eye in AP psychology, which in my opinion … Continue reading

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How to Calculate Percent Composition,Empirical Formulas, and Molecular Formulas

Percent composition is the percentage by mass of each element in a compound. first step to finding percent composition is calculating the formula/molecular weight or the molar mass of the compound you want to know the percent composition of. Formula weight is … Continue reading

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Weekly Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently? Recently I finished three big tests in Spanish, English, and AP Psychology.  2. What have you learned recently? Recently I learned how to calculate percent composition of elements in compounds. 3. What are … Continue reading

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Weekly Three Questions

1. What tasks have you completed recently? This week I completed multiple labs in chemistry class which was a massive amount of work. I also completed many significant number worksheets giving me a better comprehension of its importance and uses. … Continue reading

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Science by the Numbers

Math is the language of the universe, and no one speaks that language better than science. Data and numbers are the essence of science, but not all data is good or usable. Data has to be precise and accurate. Precision … Continue reading

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