Introduction to Chemistry and Physics

The material linked below is designed for an introductory science course that presents both chemistry and physics topics. The articles are grouped by topic and (for the most part) sequential.


Solving Science Problems: Three Important Steps
Formula Quick Look
Physics of Motion Notes and Hints

Various Applications
Curving pitches, kicks, and shots…


Math Is Communications 
Physical Quantities: Quantities and Units 
Equivalency and Conversion 
Science and the Scientific Method
Accuracy and Precision 
Using Variable Subscripts and Meet the ∆ 


Types of Matter
Physical Properties of Matter   
More Physical Properties of Matter 
Chemical Properties of Matter
Intensive and Extensive Properties
Cohesion and Adhesion

Kinetic Theory of Matter 
Basic Assumptions and States of Matter
Gas Laws 
Gas Laws and Number of Molecules 
States of Matter and Phase Changes 

Atomic Structure
Atomic Theory: History and Development
Summary of Atomic Theory: What they got right along the way. 
Subatomic Particle Configuration 
Chemical Reactions
The Periodic Table 
The Law of Definite Composition

Balancing Chemical Equation 
-- -- Reading Chemical Equations 
 -- -- Chemical Notation with Polyatomic Ions
-- -- Balancing Equations and Reactions 
-- -- Balancing Equations and Reactions with Polyatomic Ions
-- -- Balancing Equations and Conservation of Matter 
-- -- Balancing Chemical Equations: Summary and Recap
-- -- More About Coefficients in Chemical Equations
The Periodic Table Revisited—Columns and Valences
Types of Reactions 
Gram to Gram Stoichiometry


Physics of Motion
Concepts of Motion
Elapsed Time  
Motion with Constant Velocity or Speed 
Concepts of Acceleration 
Acceleration, Final Velocity, and Average Velocity 
Acceleration, Velocity, Distance, and Time
Finding t Using the Distance Equation

Force and Newton's Laws
Concepts of Force 
Adding Forces 
Finding the Direction of Forces, Easy Mode 
Units, Variables, and Formulas
Newton's Second Law 
Newton's Second Law and Final Velocity
Newton's Second Law and Final Displacement 
Friction: A force that opposes motion 

Force, Work, and Energy
Concepts of Force, Work, and Energy
Distance, Force, Work, and Energy VIRTUAL LAB 
The Transfer of Thermal Energy  
Heat of Fusion and Heat of Vaporization 
Introducing Nuclear Energy
Electromagnetic Energy: Introduction
-- -- Light and Lenses: Introduction 
Introducing Chemical Energy 

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