Introduction to Physical Science

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Contents

Chapter 1

  • Chapter 1 25% developed
  • 1.1 75% developed Procedure
  • 1.2 25% developed Data
  • 1.3 0% developed Graphs and Charts
  • 1.4 75% developed Experimentation
  • 1.5 75% developed The SI System
  • 1.6 75% developed Matter and Energy
  • 1.7 100% developed (Experiment) States of matter

Chapter 2

  • 2.1 0% developed What are properties?
  • 2.2 0% developed Density
  • 2.3 50% developed (Experiment) Density of a Solid
  • 2.4 0% developed (Experiment) Density of a Liquid
  • 2.5 0% developed (Experiment) Density of a Gas
  • 2.6 0% developed Solubility
  • 2.7 0% developed (Experiment) Solubility of a Solid
  • 2.8 0% developed (Experiment) Solubility of a Gas
  • 2.9 0% developed (Experiment) Melting Point
  • 2.10 0% developed (Experiment) Boiling Point

Appendix

  • A.0 0% developed Formula
  • A.1 0% developed Practice Problems Set 1
  • A.2 0% developed Practice Problems Set 2
  • A.3 0% developed Practice Problems Set 3

Suggested Re-Structure

Chapter 1: Experimentation

Chapter 2: Measurement

Chapter 3: Matter

Chapter 4: Energy


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