IPS Study Guide
Chapter 1 Test
Sand Alone= Sand&Water- Water
Air Space= Dry Sand-Sand Alone
Is/Of= the percentages at bottom of chart
What is the volume of water that fills the air spaces in the dry sand?= (Volume of Air Space)
What is the volume of the water that does not fill the air spaces in the sand?= ( V. of Water- V. of Air Space)
1 kg= 2.2 lbs
Sensitivity of Balance Notes- Change in Mass/ # of Yes's= sensitivity of balance
Heating Baking Soda Lab- Baking Soda is not baking soda when heated. Tea is indicator that told us that baking soda is not baking soda.
Control- the unheated baking soda
Experimental- heated baking soda
Indicator- The tea
Displacement of Water Experiment Lab- Water Displacement Technique- Chart with formulas (above)
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
ALL THE CHART UNITS ARE IN CM3
Chapter 2 Test
Ice and Water Lab- condensation adds mass.
Mass of Copper and Sulfur Lab- the sulfur has moisture in it that evaporated. Mass should have stayed the same.
Mass of Gas Lab- alka seltzer has sodium bicarbonate in it. Carbon dioxide is the gas.
MF-MI= Change in Mass
All Labs follow the law of conservation of mass- closed system lab techniques. Mass will stay the same as long as the lab is in a closed system.
Scientific Notation Notes
Mass Increase, Density Increase
Volume Increase, Density Decrease
Epsom Salt= magnesium sulfate
Mass and Volume Lab- Objects that are made out of the same subtance that have the same volume will have the same mass. It is impossible to make a aluminum cylinder with the same volume and mass as a brass one with the same mass and volume.
Cube 1 and Cube 2 Lab- Cube 1 and slab are made out of same substance. Cube 2 is not.
Function Charts- function of (goes on bottom)
Density of Liquids Lab- never transfer liquid. The liquid was Epsom salt (mag. sulfate).
Density of Gas- Alka seltzer created a gas through capturing the gas and having the gas push out water in the bottle. The change in volume- the change in mass= density (in scientific notation)