# Physical Science with Virtual Lab Online

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SKU: D2L_SCI102-VL
 Students explore the relationship between matter and energy by investigating force and motion, the structure of atoms, the structure and properties of matter, chemical reactions, and the interactions of energy and matter. Students develop skills in measuring, solving problems, using laboratory apparatuses, following safety procedures, and adhering to experimental procedures. Students focus on inquiry-based learning, with both hands-on laboratory investigations and virtual laboratory experiences.When enrolling in the full year option of this course, it will be delivered in two semesters. Transcripts will reflect each semester separately.

Semester One

 Unit 1: Matter and Energy • Semester Introduction • Science and Engineering • Physical Systems and Models • Measurement and Units • Experimentation and Data Collection • Analyze and Communicate Results • Laboratory: Drop and BounceUnit 2: Forces and Motion • Describing and Measuring Motion • Acceleration • Forces • Laboratory: Drop and Bounce Revisited • Newton's First Law of Motion • Newton's Second Law of Motion • Newton's Third Law of Motion • Laboratory: Mass in Motion 1 • Laboratory: Mass in Motion 2Unit 3: Application of Forces • Friction • Gravity • Gravity and Motion • Forces and Vectors • Laboratory: Net Force 1 • Laboratory: Net Force 2Unit 4: Fluid Forces • Pressure • Buoyancy • Laboratory: Density and Buoyancy 1 • Laboratory: Density and Buoyancy 2 • Pascal's Principle • Bernoulli's Principle • Laboratory: Shapes and Fluid Forces 1 • Laboratory: Shapes and Fluid Forces 2Unit 5: Energy • Energy • Energy Change • Potential and Kinetic Energy • Laboratory: Pendulum 1 • Laboratory: Pendulum 2 • Laboratory: Elasticity 1 • Laboratory: Elasticity 2 • Heat Energy • How Energy Moves • Laboratory: Heat Transfer 1 • Laboratory: Heat Transfer 2 • Laboratory: Design a Thermos 1 • Laboratory: Design a Thermos 2Unit 6: Work • Work • Simple Machines and Mechanical Advantage • Power • Laboratory: Levers 1 • Laboratory: Levers 2 • Laboratory: Pulleys 1 • Laboratory: Pulleys 2Unit 7: Waves • Introduction to Waves • Properties of Waves • Wave Energy • Transverse and Longitudinal Waves • Laboratory: Waves 1 • Laboratory: Waves 2 • Sound • Frequency, Wavelength, and Pitch • Laboratory: Doppler Effect 1 • Laboratory: Doppler Effect 2Unit 8: Light • Light • Speed of Light • Reflection and Refraction • Electromagnetic Spectrum • ColorUnit 9: Electricity • Electricity and Magnetism • Laboratory: Electric Motor 1 • Laboratory: Electric Motor 2 • CircuitsUnit 10: Semester Review and Test • Semester Review • Semester Test

Semester Two

 Unit 1: Nature of Matter • Semester Introduction • Nature of Matter • Classification of Matter • Matter and Energy • Laboratory: Viscosity 1 • Laboratory: Viscosity 2Unit 2: States of Matter • States of Matter • Matter Changes State • Kinetic Theory of Matter • Laboratory: Evaporation 1 • Laboratory: Evaporation 2 • Laboratory: Phase Change 1 • Laboratory: Phase Change 2 • Laws of Thermodynamics • Heat Energy and Matter • Laboratory: Endothermic Process 1 • Laboratory: Endothermic Process 2Unit 3: Gas Laws • Gases • Pressure, Temperature, and Volume • Introduction to the Gas Laws • Laboratory: Gas Laws 1 • Laboratory: Gas Laws 2Unit 4: Atoms • Atoms • Atomic Model • Atomic Number • Atomic Mass • Nucleus of the Atom • Radioactivity • Radioactive Dating • Fusion and FissionUnit 5: Elements • Elements • Periodic Table 1 • Periodic Table 2 • Properties of Metals and Nonmetals • Elements and CompoundsUnit 6: Mixtures • Introduction to Mixtures • Introductions to Solutions • Laboratory: Mixtures 1 • Laboratory: Mixtures 2 • Laboratory: Factors Affecting Solution Formation 1 • Laboratory: Factors Affecting Solution Formation 2 • Factors That Influence SolubilityUnit 7: Bonds • Electron Configurations • Valence Electrons • Ionic Bonds • Covalent Bonds • Polar Covalent Bonds and Electronegativity • Hydrogen Bonding and Metallic BondingUnit 8: Chemical Reactions • Introduction to Chemical Reactions • Laboratory: Chemical Reactions 1 • Laboratory: Chemical Reactions 2 • Laboratory: Copper-Plating Solution 1 • Laboratory: Copper-Plating Solution 2 • Chemical Reactions Explained • How to Balance a Chemical Equation • Solution ChemistryUnit 9: Acids and Bases • Acids • Bases • pH Scale • Acid and Base Reactions • Buffers • Laboratory: Acid Neutralization 1 • Laboratory: Acid Neutralization 2Unit 10: Organic Chemistry • Organic Chemistry • Functional Groups • MacromoleculesUnit 11: Semester Review and Test • Semester Review • Semester Test

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