By Morris Hein, Susan Arena, Scott Pattison
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Air is a mixture of gases; seawater is a mixture of a variety of dissolved minerals; ordinary soil is a complex mixture of minerals and various organic materials. How is a mixture distinguished from a pure substance? A mixture always contains two or more substances that can be present in varying concentrations. Let’s consider two examples. Homogeneous Mixture Homogeneous mixtures (solutions) containing either 5% or 10% salt in water can be prepared simply by mixing the correct amounts of salt and water.
4536 kg). 4). A balance is used to measure mass. 3. 000001 g To change 25 grams to milligrams, we use the conversion factor 1000 mg>g. 428) 3 To change milligrams to grams, we use the conversion factor 1 g>1000 mg. 16. 1 mg). 50 lb. 7 MEASURING MASS AND VOLUME CHEMISTRY IN ACTION Setting Standards The kilogram is the standard base unit for mass in the SI system. But who decides just what a kilogram is? Before 1880, a kilogram was defined as the mass of a cubic decimeter of water. But this is difficult to reproduce very accurately since impurities and air are dissolved in water.
The scope of chemistry is extremely broad. It includes the whole universe and everything, animate and inanimate, in it. Chemistry is concerned with the composition and changes in the composition of matter and also with the energy and energy changes associated with matter. Through chemistry we seek to learn and to understand the general principles that govern the behavior of all matter. The chemist, like other scientists, observes nature and attempts to understand its secrets: What makes a tulip red?
Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry (10th Edition) by Morris Hein, Susan Arena, Scott Pattison