# SPECTRA OF SCIENCE Chapter 2 Learning Targets

SPECTRA OF SCIENCE
Chapter 2 Learning Targets
Directions: Use the rating scale below to determine how well you know and can perform each of
the learning targets below.
Rating Scale:
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What’s that?
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I know a little bit
2
I know a lot
# Learning Targets:
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I am able to define matter and its properties.
I am able to explain the difference between a physical and a chemical property of
matter.
I am able to use the density formula to calculate for mass, volume, or density
using the appropriate units.
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I am able to compare densities to determine the buoyancy of substances.
5
I am able to read chemical formulas and determine the number of atoms and
elements in a molecule.
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I can explain the difference between an atom and a molecule.
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I am able to explain the difference between an element, compound, pure
substance, and a mixture.
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I am able to give examples of elements, compounds, and mixtures.
I am able to determine if a mixture is homogeneous or heterogeneous and give
examples of each type.
I am able to design a process and use it to separate a mixture into its separate
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components.
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11 I am able to determine if a change in matter is physical or chemical.
12 I am able to explain the difference between physical and chemical changes.
13 I can give examples of physical and chemical changes.
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I could teach this!
Before
After
SPECTRA OF SCIENCE
Chapter 2 Study Guide
**Due on: _______________________**
Directions: Complete each of the items below on a separate sheet of notebook paper. Be sure to
number each item.
1. Define matter and density.
2. Why is density an important property of matter?
3. Use the density formula to solve for the missing property in the problems below. Be sure
to include the appropriate units.
a. Mass = _________
Volume = 85.2 mL
Density = 1.2 g/mL
b. Mass = 16.32 g
Volume = _________
Density = 0.64 g/mL
c. Mass = 500 g
Volume = 375 mL
Density = _________
4. Identify if the objects above would sink or float in water.
5. Compare the densities of the substances below to determine in what order they would
“stack up” in a graduated cylinder.
a. Substance D: 0.03 g/mL
d. Substance G: 0.33 g/mL
b. Substance E: 0.3 g/mL
e. Substance H: 0.93 g/mL
c. Substance F: 1.03 g/mL
f. Substance I: 1.30 g/mL
6. Identify the number of atoms, the number of elements, and the number of Hydrogen
atoms in each of the chemical formulas listed below:
a. C2H4
b. C6H12O6
c. C3H7OH
7/8. Explain the difference between:
a. Atoms and molecules
b. Compounds and elements
c. Pure substances and mixtures
d. Homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures
e. Physical and chemical properties
f. Physical and chemical changes
9. What are the two categories that all pure substances would fit into?
10. Identify if the following substances are an element (E), compound (C), homogeneous
mixture (HO) or heterogeneous mixture (HE)
a. Sulfur (S)
e. Aluminum (Al)
b. Methane (CH4)
c. Salt water
g. Carbon Monoxide (CO)
d. Milk
h. Soil
11. Give two examples of a physical change
12. Give two examples of a chemical change