Chemistry Objectives - 7/18/2013

Chemistry Objectives - 7/18/2013

Chemistry Bell Ringer Study for Equipment Quiz You have 5 minutes Until quiz begins Chemistry Objectives 01/28/2020

1.2 Identify and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of widespread use of and reliance on technology Homework: Read Chapter 1 Complete Chapter 1 study guide (due in 3 days) Ask your parents (or older person if possible) what technology they experienced the development that changed their daily life. Write one paragraph on this. (4 sentence minimum: who, what, life before/after, advantages/disadvantages of technology)

What is Science? Science A system of knowledge about the natural world and the methods used to find that knowledge Throughout history, human being have had a strong sense of curiosity. This led to: fire, language, tools, etc. Science begins with curiosity and often ends with discovery.

Curiosity & Discovery It is often difficult to discover something that is invisible. Why does a candle go out when it is covered with a jar? Technology

Technology The use of scientific knowledge to solve practical problems Examples: telephone, television, antibiotics, etc. Science and technology are interdependent. Advances in one lead to advances in the other. EXPLAIN Technology The use of scientific knowledge to

solve practical problems Pure Science - Answer questions without direct application Advantages and disadvantages of Technology On the Exam, you will be asked a similar question to these: What are the advantages and disadvantages of a mercury

thermometer over an alcohol thermometer What are the advantages and disadvantages of a digital thermometer and an alcohol thermometer Branches of Science Natural Science Life Science

physical chemistry Earth and Space Science analytical chemistry

Physical Science Chemistry Physics biochemistry

inorganic chemistry organic chemistry Organic chemistry is defined as the study of

all chemicals containing carbon. 1. Inorganic chemistry is the study of chemicals that, in general, do not contain carbon.

The study of processes that take place in organisms is biochemistry. Analytical chemistry is the area of study that focuses on the composition of matter.

Physical chemistry is the area that deals with the mechanism, the rate, and the energy transfer that occurs when matter undergoes a change.

Careers in Chemistry Analytical Chemist Chemistry Chemical Engineer Research

Chemist Science and Your Perspective Models will be rejected and replaced in the future Be aware that the science facts of today may change tomorrow Be Skeptical Critical Thinking The applications of logic and reason to observations and conclusions

Review 1. 2. 3. 4. How does the process of science start and end? How are science and technology related?

What are the branches of natural science? Explain the advantages and disadvantages of subdividing science into many different areas.

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