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Links for the Second Chapter
Extra Help For Chapter 2
Sample notebook entry for Experiment 2.1
This is an example of how to make a laboratory notebook enrtry for this experiment.
This video gives a good breakdown on classifying matter into pure substances (elements or compounds) or mixtures (heterogeneous or homogenous).
This video shows how the concept of atoms explains the Law of Mass Conservation. You can stop after 1:55
This video shows how you can use the Law of Mass Conservation to solve problems.
This video shows how you can use the Law of Definite Proportions to solve problems.
If you are having trouble with the Law of Multiple Proportions, this video should help.
This is a great explanation of Rutherford’s experiment and what it showed.
This is a good animation of nuclear fission.
This video uses a good analogy to explain isotopes.
Interesting Links Related to Chapter 2
As discussed in the text, here are several creationists predictions that have been confirmed by the data:
Five Confirmed Creationist Predictions
Confirmed Creationist Prediction Regarding the Human Eye
Confirmed Creationist Prediction Regarding the Human Appendix
Confirmed Creationist Prediction Regarding Mercury’s Magnetic Field
Confirmed Creationist Prediction Regarding ‘Junk DNA’
You can really find anything on YouTube.
This dramatization shows how Lavoisier (and his wife) demonstrated the Law of Mass Conservation.
This animation shows you what happened in Rutherford’s Experiment.
Extra Problems for Chapter 2
Classifying as element, compound, heterogeneous mixture or homogeneous mixture
This gives you more practice classifying matter.
Conservation of mass Problems
This gives you more practice using the conservation of mass. The answers are right below the questions. The second set of questions is the same as the first.