• A.1. Chemical and Physical Properties and Changes

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    2. A.1.Q. Unit Challenge

    3. A.1.1. Physical Properties

      1. A.1.1.O. Overview
      2. A.1.1.1. Intensive Physical Properties
      3. A.1.1.2. Extensive Physical Properties
    4. A.1.2. Chemical Properties

      1. A.1.2.O. Overview
      2. A.1.2.1. Identifying Chemical Properties
    5. A.1.3. Physical Changes

      1. A.1.3.O. Overview
      2. A.1.3.1. Recognizing a Physical Change
    6. A.1.4. Chemical Changes

      1. A.1.4.O. Overview
      2. A.1.4.1. Recognizing a Chemical Change
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  • A.2. Pure Substances and Mixtures

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    2. A.2.Q. Unit Challenge

    3. A.2.1. Pure Substances

      1. A.2.1.O. Overview
      2. A.2.1.1. Identifying Elements from Symbols
      3. A.2.1.2. Identifying Compounds and Molecules
      4. A.2.1.3. Determining number of atoms in one molecule or formula unit of a compound
      5. A.2.1.4. Identifying Elements and Compounds from Particle Diagrams
      6. A.2.1.5. Identifying Chemical formula from particle diagram
      7. A.2.1.6. Identifying difference between molecule and compound
      8. A.2.1.7. Recognizing Allotropy
    4. A.2.2. Mixtures

      1. A.2.2.O. Overview
      2. A.2.2.1. Identifying Homogeneous Mixtures (mention alloys)
      3. A.2.2.2. Identifying Heterogeneous Mixtures
      4. A.2.2.3. Identifying Mixtures based on particle diagrams
    5. A.2.3. Methods of Separation

      1. A.2.3.1. Identifying which method is described
      2. A.2.3.2. Identifying which method works best to separate given a situation
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  • A.3. States of Matter

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    2. A.3.Q. Unit Challenge

    3. A.3.1. Solids, Liquids and Gases

      1. A.3.1.O. Overview
      2. A.3.1.1. Identifying properties of solids
      3. A.3.1.2. Identifying properties of liquids
      4. A.3.1.3. Identifying properties of gases
    4. A.3.2. Phase Transitions: Freezing, Melting, Condensation, Evaporation, and Sublimation

      1. A.3.2.O. Overview
      2. A.3.2.1. Identifying phase transitions given descriptions
      3. A.3.2.2. Determining phase transition from particle diagrams
    5. A.3.3. Phase Diagrams

      1. A.3.3.O. Overview
      2. A.3.3.1. Determining the phase of a substance
      3. A.3.3.2. Determining Triple Point
      4. A.3.3.3. Determining the Critical Point
      5. A.3.3.4. Determining phase change when conditions are changed
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