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ELEMENTARY Laboratory Workbook Rebecca W. Keller, PhD

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Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook iii Dedicatedto Kimberly,Christopher,Katy,Lee, Lorien,Sam,Ben,Joshua,andJoseph

iv Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook A Note From the Author Hi In this curriculum you are going to learn the first step of the scientific method Making good observations Each chapter

Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook v Contents Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 Experiment 6 Experiment 7 Experiment 8 Experiment 9 WHAT IS IT MADE OF F

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Experiment 1 What Is It Made Of

2 Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook I. Think About It Write down the name of an object and describe what you think about it, using words and drawings.

Experiment 1 What Is It Made Of 3 II. Observe It Write down the name of the object and then describe what you see, using words and drawings.

4 Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook I. Think About It Write down the name of an object and describe what you think about it, using words and drawings.

Experiment 1 What Is It Made Of 5 II. Observe It Write down the name of the object and then describe what you see, using words and drawings.

6 Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook I. Think About It Write down the name of an object and describe what you think about it, using words and drawings.

Experiment 1 What Is It Made Of 7 II. Observe It Write down the name of the object and then describe what you see, using words and drawings.

8 Focus On Elementary Chemistry Laboratory Workbook III. What Did You Discover Were the things you looked at the same as you expected them to be, or different How were they the same How were th

Experiment 1 What Is It Made Of 9 IV. Why When we look at things around us, we often dont notice the small details. In fact, some things are too small to see with our eyes. Atoms, for example, are t

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