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Speed
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Velocity
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Acceleration
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Electron
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Proton
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Neutron
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Atom
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Nucleus
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Distance
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Vector
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Displacement
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Nobel Gases
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Atomic Mass
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Atomic Number
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Ion
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Isotope
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Anion
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Force
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Potential Energy
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Speed of an object with direction.
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The rate at which an object moves – includes
direction. Measured in m/s2
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The negatively charged particle that orbits outside
the nucleus
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The positively charged particle located inside the
nucleus
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The neutral particle located inside the nucleus
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The smallest unit of matter. Makes up everything
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The interior of an atom, contains protons and
neutrons
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The actual length between two points – a measure
of the actual length of travel
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A unit that also includes direction
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The distance between the true start and the true
end.
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Elements with a full octet that are nonreactive
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The measure of how heavy an atom is…made up
by adding protons and neutrons
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The unique number of every element. Defined by
the number of protons
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An atom with the typical number of protons, but a
different number of electrons
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An atom with the typical number of protons, but a
different number of neutrons
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An atom with more electrons than protons
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A push/pull that includes direction and size
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The stored energy of an object. Uses equation
mass*gravity*height
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A force that changes with gravity – a measure of
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Weight
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Friction
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Newton
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Newton’s first law of motion
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Inertia
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Newton’s second law of motion
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Kinetic Energy
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Mass
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Intensive Properties
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Newton’s third law of motion
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Luster
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Malleability
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Conductivity
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Melting Point
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Freezing Point
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Density
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Extensive property
amount of mass
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A force that opposes the motion between two
objects
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The man who came up the laws of motion and
gravity
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An object in motion stays in motion…
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The tendency of an object to resist motion
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It takes more force to move heavier objects, less to
move lighter
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The energy associated with movement. Defined
with the formula ½ mass*velocity
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The measure of amount of matter in an object.
Remains constant, no matter the amount of
gravity.
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Physical properties that do not depend on the
amount of material in a sample (example: density,
color)
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Every action has an equal and opposite reaction
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The measure of how reflective the surface of an
object is (shiny)
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The ability of an object to be pounded into sheets
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The measure of how easily an object transfer heat
or energy…happens most easily in metal solids due
to touching particles
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The temperature at which a solid turns to a liquid
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The temperature at which a liquid turns into a solid
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How heavy an object is when considering mass
divided by volume
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Physical property that depends on the amount of
substance available (size, shape, weight, mass..)
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The machine associated with watch gears and cars.
Made of a large wheel and fixed, rotating axel
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Wheel and axel
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Pulley
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Incline Plane
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Energy
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Valence Electrons
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Oxidation Numbers
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Alloy
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Work
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The law of conservation of energy
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Joules
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Watt
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Convection
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Radiation
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Acid
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Power Equation
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Base
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Screw
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Work Equation
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Salt
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Can be fixed or moving…designed to change the
direction through the use of a grooved wheel
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Increases mechanical advantage, decreases force
needed, but also increases distance
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The ability to do work
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The outermost electrons – defined by the family
number, can have 8 max for a full octet
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The charge of atoms, how easily they will gain or
lose electrons. (+1, +2, +3, -3, -2, -1)
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Two metals that are bonded together (Steel)
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Increasing energy…if the motion and force are in
the same direction.
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Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only
transferred or transformed
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The unit of measure for work and energy
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The unit of measure for power
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The movement of heat through air and liquids.
This makes currents when hot rises and cold falls
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The movement of heat in a straight line – can even
occur in a vacuum
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Tastes sour and donates H+ ions to a solution
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Work/Time
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Slippery and donates OH- ions to a solution
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A incline plane that is wrapped around to make a
device that will hold things together
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Force * Distance
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The product of an acid + a base. Ionic compound
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Object with a field of positives and negatives which
create two poles (north/south)
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Magnet
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Lever
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Wedge
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Ionic Bond
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Covalent Bond
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Evidences of chemical changes
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A machine with a fulcrum, load, and effort
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Two inclined planes put together, inclines on
outside, that will either separate or hold
something together
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A bond between a metal and a nonmetal –
crystalline structure and low melting point
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Bond between two nonmetals, also includes
hydrogen as well as polar and nonpolar
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Color change, precipitate formed, odor, or
heat/light release
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The measure of how fast or slow something gets
between two points. Does not include direction
and measured with m/s
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