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Integrated Chemistry and Physics A

Course Description:

Integrated Chemistry & Physics A provides an introduction to the world of chemistry. The course begins by providing an introduction to science as a whole and the basic methods and tools that scientists use to produce meaningful results. Students then explore the structure and properties of matter and how it changes in response to energy. Next; students practice reading and interpreting the information on the periodic table as well as chemical names; formulas; equations; and models. Students also discover the types and the properties of reactions; mixtures; solutions; acids; and bases. Finally; students examine both the scientific principles and the human applications of nuclear reactions. Throughout the course; students explore the historical perspectives and modern social implications of the course topics. This course uses a multimedia format that includes text; videos; animations; interactive activities; and group discussions. In self-check activities and quizzes; students practice what they learn and correct misconceptions or uncertainties before taking assessments. Students complete a unit exam and deliver a unit project in each unit. Teacher feedback is provided throughout the course.

Suggested grade level: 9

Prerequisites: None

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Unit One: The Scientific Process

Lesson One: The Scientific Process

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Develop a proper hypothesis by examining scenarios and selecting from given options.

Given an experimental scenario; differentiate between independent and dependent variables by selecting from given options.

Identify how scientists‚Äô curiosity leads to the development of knowledge by selecting from given options.

State the characteristics and behavior common to scientists by selecting from given options.

Describe how the scientific process works by selecting from given options.

Distinguish between theory and law by filling in gaps in an appropriate narrative statement.

Identify how scientists share experimental results by selecting from given options.

Differentiate between pure or applied science by completing analogies.

Explain how scientific theories change over time by constructing descriptive narrative explanations.

A1: Pretest 15 minutes

A2: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A3: Science Journal 10 minutes

A4: Questions and Predictions 15 minutes

A5: Practice: Questions and Predictions 15 minutes

A6: Making Science Happen 15 minutes

A7: Practice: Making Science Happen 15 minutes

A8: Video: The Scientific Process Across the Pond 15 minutes

A9: Making Sense of Science 15 minutes

A10: Practice: Making Sense of Science 15 minutes

A11: Project 1: Scientific Process 25 minutes

A12: Discussion Board 15 minutes

A13: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A14: Checkpoint 01 20 minutes

A15: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 25 minutes

Lesson two: Science Counts

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Convert data in standard notation to appropriate scientific notation by performing calculations.

Demonstrate understanding of the SI system of units by performing calculations that contain SI units and selecting the correct answer from given options.

Convert the SI units of recorded data to another appropriate SI unit by using a metric step ladder approach.

Identify the appropriate graph type for a given set of data by analyzing examples and selecting from a list of given options.

Demonstrate understanding of data tables by matching scientific data to the appropriate location in the table.

Analyze data in graphs and tables by examining graphs and data and identifying trends.

Identify types of relationships between variables by analyzing graphs and selecting from given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: The SI System 25 minutes

A4: Practice: The SI System 15 minutes

A5: Data 25 minutes

A6: Practice: Data 15 minutes

A7: Project 1: Scientific Process 25 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Vocabulary Review 10 minutes

A10: Checkpoint 02 20 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours

Lesson three: What's the Matter?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Locate elements in the periodic table by identifying their symbols.

Define matter by constructing explanations of its characteristics.

Define elements; molecules; and compounds by constructing descriptive explanations of their characteristics.

Distinguish between atoms; elements; molecules; and compounds by constructing descriptive explanations of their characteristics.

Differentiate between types of molecules by examining their constituent elements.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Elements 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Elements 15 minutes

A5: Molecules and Compounds 25 minutes

A6: Practice: Molecules and Compounds 15 minutes

A7: Project 1: Scientific Process 25 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Vocabulary Review 10 minutes

A10: Checkpoint 03 20 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours

Lesson four: Characteristics of Matter

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Describe physical and chemical properties by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Identify examples of physical and chemical properties by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Identify the benefits of understanding physical properties by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Identify physical and chemical changes by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Identify the four signs of a chemical change by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Physical Properties and Changes 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Physical Properties and Changes 15 minutes

A5: Video: Chemical Changes 5 minutes

A6: Chemical Properties and Changes 25 minutes

A7: Practice: Chemical Properties and Changes 15 minutes

A8: Project 1: Scientific Process 20 minutes

A9: Submit Project 1: Scientific Process 5 minutes

A10: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A11: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A12: Checkpoint 04 20 minutes

A13: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours

Lesson five: Tying It All Together

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Develop testable hypotheses by analyzing scenarios and creating descriptive statements.

TYING IT All TOGETHER GOALS

Describe the mindset; methods; and contributions of scientists.

Perform steps of the scientific process.

Explain how ideas are shared and refined within different branches of science.

Interpret graphs; and identify the best graph and table format for a particular set of data.

Use the SI system to express and convert units of measurement.

Classify atoms; elements; molecules; and compounds.

Distinguish between physical and chemical properties and changes.

A1: What Should I Know? 20 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Enrichment: Forming a Hypothesis 10 minutes

A4: Review: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A5: Review: The Scientific Process 20 minutes

A6: Review: Science Counts 20 minutes

A7: Review: What's the Matter? 15 minutes

A8: Review: Characteristics of Matter 15 minutes

A9: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A10: Exam 1 45 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

3 hours 10 minutes

Project One; Unit One Instructions

https://helios.flipswitch.com/CourseContent/pages/2015/p518c26project_1_...

Project One handout:

https://courseplayer.avalearning.com/nweb/SC101/PDF/SC101_HSPS_Project_1...

Unit two: Matter and Atoms

Lesson six: Building Blocks

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Describe matter by constructing descriptive explanations of the characteristics of its particles in various states.

Describe the kinetic theory of matter and how particles are always in motion by selecting statements from given options.

Distinguish between the three main states of matter: solid; liquid; and gas by examining their properties.

Explain how plasma is different from a gas by constructing descriptive explanations of their characteristics.

Explain temperature as a measurement of average kinetic energy by constructing descriptive explanations.

Distinguish between heat (thermal energy) and temperature by selecting appropriate descriptive statements from a list of given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Energy's Effect on Matter 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Energy's Effect on Matter 15 minutes

A5: States of Matter 25 minutes

A6: Practice: States of Matter 15 minutes

A7: Video: States of Matter 5 minutes

A8: Project 2: Phase Changes 45 minutes

A9: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A10: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A11: Checkpoint 06 20 minutes

A12: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 20 minutes

Lesson Seven How Matter Changes

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain the change that happens when a substance goes from one state to another by describing the behavior of the particles using kinetic molecular theory.

Identify the six types of phase change that occur by examining models or filling in gaps in descriptive narrative statements.

Relate phase changes to energy and temperature change by filling in gaps in descriptive narrative statements.

Apply the conservation of energy and mass to real-life scenarios by selecting the best explanation from a given list.

Explain how mass and energy cannot be created or destroyed by examining scenarios and models and selecting the best explanation from a given list.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Changes in Matter 15 minutes

A4: Practice: Changes in Matter 10 minutes

A5: Conservation of Mass/Energy 15 minutes

A6: Practice: Conservation of Mass and Energy 15 minutes

A7: Video: Energy and State Changes 15 minutes

A8: Project 2: Phase Changes 45 minutes

A9: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A10: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A11: Checkpoint 07 20 minutes

A12: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time : 3 hours 5 minutes

Lesson eight: Pressure

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain how fluids exert pressure by selecting appropriate explanations from a given list.

Explain Bernoulli‚Äôs principle by selecting appropriate explanations from a given list.

Explain what happens when pressure in a fluid changes using Pascal‚Äôs principle by selecting appropriate explanations from a given list.

Describe the properties of fluids in motion by filling in gaps in a descriptive narrative statement.

Describe properties of gases by filling in gaps in a descriptive narrative statement.

Explain Boyle‚Äôs law by examining images or scenarios and selecting appropriate identifiers from given options.

Explain Gay-Lussac‚Äôs law by examining images or scenarios and selecting appropriate identifiers from given options.

Explain Charles‚Äôs law by examining images or scenarios and selecting appropriate identifiers from given options.

Predict the effects of pressure; temperature; and volume changes on gases using the appropriate gas law by selecting the appropriate identifier from a given list.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Fluids and Pressure 20 minutes

A4: Practice: Fluids and Pressure 10 minutes

A5: Video: Cartesian Diver 5 minutes

A6: Gases 15 minutes

A7: Practice: Gases 10 minutes

A8: Video: Boyle's Law and Breathing 15 minutes

A9: Project 2: Phase Changes 45 minutes

A10: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A11: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A12: Checkpoint 08 20 minutes

A13: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 10 minutes

Lesson Nine:Atoms

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain the scientific discoveries that led to the development of the current model of an atom by matching the discovery or atomic model with the correct descriptive statement from given options.

Demonstrate an understanding of the discoveries that led to the development of the current model of an atom by arranging them into the correct chronological order.

Discriminate between the relative size; charge; and position of protons; neutrons; and electrons in the atom by constructing descriptive explanations of their characteristics.

Relate the relationship of proton number to the element‚Äôs identity by selecting appropriate statements from given options.

Describe the effect of variation in the number of components (neutron) in atoms of the same element by selecting appropriate statements from given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Milestones of Atomic Theory 20 minutes

A4: Atomic Structure 15 minutes

A5: Practice: Atomic Structure 10 minutes

A6: Modern Atomic Theory 20 minutes

A7: Practice: Atomic Theory 15 minutes

A8: Video: The Nature of Matter 10 minutes

A9: Project 2: Phase Changes 45 minutes

A10: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A11: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A12: Checkpoint 09 20 minutes

A13: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 25 minutes

Lesson 10:Tying It All Together

TYING IT ALL TOGETHER GOALS

Describe the kinetic theory of matter.

Distinguish between the three main states of matter and their phase changes.

Explain how mass and energy are conserved.

Describe properties of fluids and how they exert pressure.

Predict the effects of pressure; temperature; and volume changes on gases based on the gas laws.

Describe scientific discoveries that led to the current scientific understanding of the atom.

Describe how variations in the components of an atom influence the identity of the atom.

A1: Review: What Should I Know? 15 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Review: Energy and Matter 15 minutes

A4: Review: Fluids and Pressure 15 minutes

A5: Review: Atoms 15 minutes

A6: Project 2: Phase Changes 45 minutes

A7: Submit Project 2: Phase Changes 5 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Exam 2 45 minutes

A10: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 15 minutes

Project two Directions

https://helios.flipswitch.com/CourseContent/pages/2015/p527c26project_2_...

Lab handout:

https://courseplayer.avalearning.com/nweb/SC101/PDF/SC101_HSPS_Project_2...

Unit three: Periodic Table and Bonding

Lesson 11 Periodic Table

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Relate the number of protons in elements to the arrangement of elements in the periodic table by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Describe the history of the periodic table by selecting appropriate events from given options.

Identify trends of properties of the elements in the periodic table by using the periodic laws.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Discovery of the Periodic Table 25 minutes

A4: Video: The Genius of Mendeleev's Periodic Table 5 minutes

A5: Trends in the Periodic Table 20 minutes

A6: Practice: Discovery and Trends of the Periodic Table 10 minutes

A7: Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 45 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A10: Checkpoint 11 20 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 2 hours 55 minutes

Lesson twelve:Organizing Elements

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Identify elements that are in the same group; or family; of elements by using a periodic table.

Describe characteristics of metals by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Describe characteristics of nonmetals by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Describe characteristics of metalloids by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Predict the chemical properties of elements based on number of electrons in the outermost energy levels of their atoms by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Relate the number of electrons to chemical reactivity by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Elemental Classes 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Elemental Classes 15 minutes

A5: It's All in the Family 25 minutes

A6: Practice: It's All in the Family 10 minutes

A7: Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 45 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A10: Checkpoint 12 20 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn?

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours 5 minutes

Lesson thirteen: Bonding

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain why elements form bonds using the concept of valence electrons by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Use the periodic table to predict the types of bonds possible between elements by examining a scenario and by selecting appropriate responses from given options.

Describe how models are used to study the properties of compounds by selecting appropriate responses from a list of given options.

Model compounds using chemical and structural formulas by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Predict the physical properties of substances based on bond type by selecting appropriate choices from given options.

Identify structural formulas; space filling models; ball and stick models and chemical formulas by matching images with choices from given options.

Predict bonding by examining electron dot diagrams.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Chemical Bonds 15 minutes

A4: Practice: Chemical Bonds 15 minutes

A5: Ionic Bonds 15 minutes

A6: Practice: Ionic Bonds 15 minutes

A7: Video: How Atoms Bond: Ionic Bonds 10 minutes

A8: Covalent Bonds 15 minutes

A9: Practice: Covalent Bonds 10 minutes

A10: Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 45 minutes

A11: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A12: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A13: Checkpoint 13 20 minutes

A14: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total TIme: 3 hours 30 minutes

Lesson Fourteen :Naming and Chemical Formulas

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Describe the nomenclature for naming chemical compounds by selecting appropriate statements from a list of given options.

Describe the nomenclature for writing chemical formula by selecting appropriate statements from a list of given options.

Name covalent compounds by examining structural or chemical formulas and selecting appropriate identifiers from a list of given options.

Describe the steps needed to predict the type of ions found in ionic compounds by arranging given statements in the correct order.

Explain why ionic compounds do not have molecular formulas by examining models and selecting appropriate descriptions from a list of given options.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Naming Compounds 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Naming Compounds 20 minutes

A5: Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 1 hour

A6: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A7: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A8: Checkpoint 14 20 minutes

A9: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 2 hours 55 minutes

Lesson Fifteen: Tying It All Together

TYING IT ALL TOGETHER GOALS

Describe the history and trends of the periodic table.

Describe the characteristics of metals; nonmetals; and metalloids.

Use the periodic table to predict chemical properties and types of bonds.

Describe the nomenclature for naming chemical compounds.

A1: Review: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Review: Trends and Families 20 minutes

A4: Review: Ionic and Covalent Bonds 20 minutes

A5: Review: Models; Names; and Formulas 15 minutes

A6: Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 30 minutes

A7: Submit Project 3: Bonding and the Periodic Table 5 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Exam 3 45 minutes

A10: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total Time:3 hours

Project three Unit three Bonding and the Periodic Table

https://helios.flipswitch.com/CourseContent/pages/2015/p529c26project_3_...

Lab handout:

https://courseplayer.avalearning.com/nweb/SC101/PDF/SC101_HSPS_Project_3...

Unit Four

Lesson sixteen:Chemical Equations and Reactions

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Define chemical reactions by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Identify evidence of chemical reactions by analyzing various scenarios.

Model equations of chemical reactions by analyzing a description of a reaction and selecting the correct equation.

Relate the law of conservation of mass to balancing chemical equations by constructing a descriptive explanation of coefficients' purpose.

Identify how to balance simple chemical equations of reactions by organizing descriptive explanations into the proper order.

Balance simple chemical equations of reactions by determining correct coefficients.

Predict the products of a chemical reaction by referencing knowledge of types of reactions.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 10 minutes

A3: Reactions and Equations 25 minutes

A4: Practice: Reactions and Equations 15 minutes

A5: Types of Reactions 25 minutes

A6: Practice: Types of Reactions 10 minutes

A7: Project 4: Temperature of Chemical Reactions 40 minutes

A8: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A9: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A10: Checkpoint 1620 minutes

A11: What Did I Learn?5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours

Lesson 17 Energy of Reactions

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Define exothermic and endothermic reactions by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Describe the role of energy changes in chemical reactions by analyzing an energy diagram.

Relate the law of conservation of energy to the behavior of energy in chemical reactions by constructing descriptive explanations.

Discuss how changes in the energy of chemical reactions affect the matter within them by constructing a descriptive explanation.

Predict the effect various external factors have on reaction rate by analyzing scenarios and selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Predict the effect various external factors have on chemical equilibrium by analyzing scenarios and selecting the correct descriptive statement.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Energy of Chemical Reactions 15 minutes

A4: Practice: Energy of Chemical Reactions 10 minutes

A5: Reaction Rate 20 minutes

A6: Practice: Reaction Rate 10 minutes

A7: Equilibrium of Chemical Reactions 20 minutes

A8: Practice: Equilibrium of Chemical Reactions 10 minutes

A9: Video: If Molecules Were People 5 minutes

A10: Project 4: Temperature of Chemical Reactions 20 minutes

A11: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A12: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A13: Checkpoint 17 20 minutes

A14: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 3 hours

Lesson eighteen: Radioactivity

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Define and differentiate between chemical and nuclear reactions by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Describe the characteristics of nuclear reactions by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Describe the role of unstable nuclei in the occurrence of radioactive decay by constructing a descriptive explanation.

Identify and describe types of radioactive decay by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Use equations to model radioactive decay by matching each type of radiation to its equation.

Define and relate half-life to radioactive decay by constructing descriptive explanations.

Describe applications of radioactive decay in science by identifying a radioactive isotope used to date artifacts.

Evaluate graphs of the half-life of radioactive materials by interpreting the half-life of isotopes using a graph.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Nuclear Reactions 15 minutes

A4: Practice: Nuclear Reactions 15 minutes

A5: Half-Life 10 minutes

A6: Practice: Half-Life 15 minutes

A7: Video: Radiation v Radioactive Atoms 5 minutes

A8: Project 4: Temperature of Chemical Reactions 30 minutes

A9: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A10: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A11: Checkpoint 18 20 minutes

A12: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 2 hours 40 minutes

Lesson Nineteen: Nuclear Fission and Fusion

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Define nuclear reactions and describe their characteristics by selecting the correct descriptive statement.

Differentiate between chemical and nuclear reactions by selecting the correct descriptive statements.

Define; describe; and distinguish between nuclear fission reactions and nuclear fusion reactions by constructing descriptive explanations.

Distinguish between nuclear fission and nuclear decay reactions by constructing descriptive explanations.

Construct models to depict and explain nuclear processes of fission and fusion by selecting the correct model.

Describe applications of nuclear reactions in science by selecting an accurate example of this application.

A1: What Should I Know? 5 minutes

A2: Science Journal 15 minutes

A3: Fission and Fusion 15 minutes

A4: Practice: Fission and Fusion 15 minutes

A5: Video: Where Does the Sun Get Its Energy? 10 minutes

A6: Nuclear Radiation in Medicine 20 minutes

A7: Video: The Most Radioactive Places on Earth 15 minutes

A8: Project 4: Temperature of Chemical Reactions 20 minutes

A9: Discussion Board 20 minutes

A10: Vocabulary Review 5 minutes

A11: Checkpoint 19 20 minutes

A12: What Did I Learn? 5 minutes

Lesson Summary 0 minutes

Total time: 2 hours 45 minutes

Lesson Twenty: Tying It All Together

TYING IT ALL TOGETHER GOALS

Define; model equations of; and balance the equations of chemical reactions.

Relate the law of conservation of matter and energy to balancing chemical equations and accounting for the energy in chemical reactions.

Make predictions about chemical reactions by referencing knowledge of types of reactions; how external factors affect reaction rates; and how external factors affect chemical equilibrium.

Describe exothermic and endothermic reactions and the role of energy changes in chemical reactions.

Describe the characteristics of nuclear reactions and how they differ from chemical reactions.

Describe the role of unstable nuclei in the occurrence of radioactive decay.

Describe the types of radioactive decay and match each to

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