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Day 38: Law of Conservation of Mass October 10, 2006

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The Law of Conservation of Mass was discovered by Antoine Levoisier – a French chemist.  Today, we discussed what the Law of Conservation of mass states and also labeled the parts of a chemical reaction.  Following these notes, we reviewed for tomorrow’s Periodic Table quiz by using the new interactive voting remotes and answering review questions together.  Remember, the quiz is tomorrow!
Later this week we will continue working with the Law of Conservation of Mass by completing a lab on Thursday and then a post-lab discussion and demonstration on Friday.

Important upcoming dates:

  • Wednesday (10/11):  All late work for the quarter DUE!  Also, Periodic Table quiz
  • Thursday (10/12): History of the Periodic Table Timeline due in class.
  • Friday (10/13): Last day of the first quarter.
  • Next week:  Parent/Teacher conferences on Wednesday and Thursday.  No school on Thursday and Friday.
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