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Introduction to Atomic Theory, Section 3.1

Introduction to Atomic Theory, Section 3.1

Author: Renee Haugen
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Students will be able to summarize Law of Definite Proportions, Law of Conservation of Mass, Law of Multiple Proportions, and Dalton's atomic theory.

Statement and explanation of Law of Definite Proportions, Law of Conservation of Mass, Law of Multiple Proportions, and Dalton's Atomic Theory. Section 3.1 in Holt's Chemistry (2007).

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Section 3.1 Substances are Made of Atoms

Google Docs version of Section 3.1 PowerNotes! If you do not have a printer, you can type your answers directly into the form! BUT you might want to print it out for your own records, if you can. :-)

Source: Renee Haugen

Section 3.1: Matter is Made of Atoms

Printable PDF PowerNotes for section 3.1--Multiple Proportions, Definite Proportions, Conservation of Mass, Dalton

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Section 3.1--Substances are Made of Atoms

Summary of Laws of Definite Proportions, Multiple Proportions, Conservation of Mass, and Dalton's Atomic Theory

Source: Renee Haugen