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Type your name and date here Socialized Chemistry, CH100 Postings for Module 1: An Introduction to Chemistry by Mind Map: Type your name and date here
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Type your name and date here Socialized Chemistry, CH100 Postings for Module 1: An Introduction to Chemistry

Post Late-Nite Lab Assignment 1.4

Click on the arrow icon to enter the laboratory. Here you will carry out an experiment to show you some characteristic properties of different compounds. Once you hit the submit button, your work will be forwarded to the instructor.

Characteristic Properties

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Instructions: Place your cursor over the 3-lined icon in this box to begin

Be sure to type your name and date in the central box. Follow in order of the numbered icons. The Late-Nite Lab can be performed out of order, if desired. This activity is due [DATE] by [TIME].  Refer to your syllabus for information regarding late submissions. If you need help to navigate this activity, contact me immediately via moodle email. Assignments refer to readings in your text or etext: The Extraordinary Chemistry of Ordinary Things, 4th Edition by Carl Snyder  

Lessons

Lesson 1: Enlightenment from a Flashlight

Post homework assignment 1.3

Lesson 2: Elements, Compounds and Quantitative Puzzles

Upload your document here. Use the attachment button (paperclip icon) located under "Extras" on the right side bar.  

Post homework assignment 2.1

Post quiz assignment 2.1

Lesson 3: Scientific Method

Study the readings in your text or etext before going to the corresponding practice exercises in OWL. The Extraordinary Chemistry of Ordinary Things, 4th Edition by Carl Snyder    

Post a brief essay assignment 3.1

Check your work

This module is worth a total of 100 points: lab (40), homework (20), quiz (20),  and essay (20).  

Publish and submit your work

Click on "Share Map" at the bottom left corner, then click "Publish".  Check the box "This is a public map".  Click "Copy" across from the direct link.  Paste the direct link into moodle email to the instructor.  Write "Titration Activity" in the subject line. Your grade will be posted in Moodle by [DATE] at [TIME].  Please refer to your syllabus for directions on how to access your grades in Moodle.

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