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Ch.17D Chemistry (Pgs.1316-1328) the Virtue of Self-Discipline 


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Chapter 17D. Chemistry 


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Answer in the back of the EIV Bible…Pg. 1546

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Marie Curie, née Sklodowska

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1911 was awarded to Marie Curie “in recognition of her services to the advancement of chemistry by the discovery of the elements radium and polonium, by the isolation of radium and the study of the nature and compounds of this remarkable element”.


Life’s like a play; it’s not the length but the excellence of the acting that matters”

~ Seneca Quote (Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD)


 The Virtue of Self-Discipline means self-control. It is doing what you really want to do, rather than being tossed around by your feelings like a leaf in the wind. You act instead of react. You get things done in an orderly and efficient way. With self-discipline, you take charge of yourself. Sobriety is needed for self-discipline. Sobriety is serious, solemn, and calm. It is being free form intoxication. The Virtue of Self-discipline leads to self-knowledge and self-respect and positive success.


 “God gives every bird a worm, but he does not throw it into the nest. ~ Swedish Proverb”




Ch.17D Chemistry (Pgs.1316-1328) the Virtue of Self-Discipline



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Chapter 17D. Chemistry

Illustration of a chemist laboratory with this statement: “Chemist are paid to be creative, careful, and productive. It is a career for people who think about the future. They analyze the basic properties of matter. Antoine Lavoisier is the father of Modern Chemistry. He was born in Paris, France. Antoine Lavoisier first identified a part of air and water named it “Oxygen.”

On this day in 26 August, 1743, the Father of Modern Chemistry was born. Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier was a French citizen who discovered that air consists of a mixture of two gases which he called oxygen and nitrogen, discovered the law of conservation of mass and devised the modern method of naming compounds. His investment in a private company involved in collecting taxes led to his death by guillotine during the French Revolution.

XVII (D.) The Virtue of Self-Discipline

Chemistry (Pgs. 1316 – 1328)


Chemistry is the science that studies matter at the atomic to macro-molecular scale, the reactions, transformation and aggregations of matter, as well as the energy and entropy released or absorbed during these processes.” Chemistry allows the Art of Communication to blend and mix many Aspects of History, Science, Religion, and Entertainment Together with Tactful Humor…

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