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Scientific Method

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Transcript of Scientific Method

DRY MIX
D-Dependent
R-Responding
Y-Y-Axis
Metric System
A Number System To Measure Something
The Atom
Hypothesis
Giving Reasons For Doing An Experiment
Dependent Variable
The Variable that Depends On The Independent Variable
Scientific Method
The Steps To Making Observations
Review Scrapbook - Physical Science
Independent Variable
The Variable That Stands Alone
Controlled Variable
The Variable That Does Not Change
M-Manipulated
I-Independent
X-X-Axis
Electron
Neutron
Positively Charged Atom
Negatively Charged Atom
An Atom With No Charge
Proton
The Period Table
Atomic Number
Atomic Symbol
Atomic Mass
The Number Of Electrons & Protons
Identifies The Element On A Periodic Table
The Amount Of Protons & Neutron In The Nucleus
The Periodic Table Cont.

Groups
Periods
Columns On The Periodic Table (Valence Electrons)
Rows On The Periodic Table (Energy Levels)
The Periodic Table Cont.
Alkali Metals -Group 1 (+1)
Alkaline Earth Metals-Group 2 (+2)
Transitional Metals-Groups 3-12
Carbon-Group 14(±4)
Boron-Group 13 (+3)
Oxygen-Group 16 (-2)
Halogens-Group 17(-1)
Nobel Gases-Group 18(0)
Nitrogen-Group 15 (+3)
Metals
Non Metals
Metalloids
Solid At Room Temperature
Liquid Or Gas At Room Temperature
Has Metal & Nonmetal Properties
Nuclear Fusion & Fission
Fusion
Fission
Splitting The Atom
Combining Atoms
Chemical Reactions
Ionic Bonds
Covalent Bonds
Writing Compounds
Naming Compounds
Element Bonds Between A Metal & Non Metal
Element Bonds Between 2 Nonmetals
Ionic-
Covalent-
First Element,Second Element(ide)
Metal(Charge-Roman Numerals),Nonmetal(ide)
First Element(2nd Charge),Second Element(1st Charge)
Chemical Reactions
Synthesis
Decomposition
Single Replacement
Double Replacement
Increasing Rate Of Reactions
Temperature
Concentration
Surface Area
Catalyst
Increasing The Temperature
Increasing The Surface
Increasing The Concentration
Endothermic Reaction
Exothermic Reaction
Law Of Conservation Of Mass
Force & Motion
Speed
Velocity
Has Direction
Has No Direction
States Of Matter
Solid
Liquid
Gas
Plasma
When The Particles Move Slowly In A Fixed Position
When The Particle Move Very Fast & Freely & Has No Positions
When The Particles Move Faster Than Solid Particles , But Are Not In A Fixed Position
Very Hot State Of Matter That Only Exist In Outter Space In Stars
State Changing
Freezing Point
Melting Point
Boiling Point
Condensing Point
The Point Where A Liquid Turns Into A Solid t Low Temperatures
When Solid Turns Into Liquid
When Liquid Turns Into Gas At High Temperatures
When Gas Turns Into A Liquid
Kinetic Theory
The Movement Of Molecules Through Phase Changes
Acid & Bases
Acid
Bases
Has A pH Of >7
Has A pH Of <7
Bitter Taste
Has A Sour Taste
Reacts With Metals
Chang Color Of Indicator
Forms H+ Ions
Feels Slippery
Forms OH Ions
Energy
Law Of Conservation Of Energy
Energy Cannot Be Destroyed Nor Created , It Is Transferred
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Energy That Is Stored
Energy In Motion
The Pendulum
The Most Kinetic Energy
The Most Potential Energy
The Most Potential Energy
PE-100J
KE-0J
PE-100J
KE-0J
PE-50J
KE-50J
PE-50J
KE-50J
Roller Coaster
Work
To Apply A Force Then Kinetic Energy Is The Outcome
Newton's Laws Of Motion
Neutralization Reaction
Combining Acids & Bases To Make Water & Salt
Litmus Paper
pH
A Way To Tell The Acidity Of A Substance, Weather Its An Acid , Neutral Or A Base
Tell Weather a Substance Is An Acid Or Base Using Blue & Red Paper , If Turns Blue = Base , If Turns Red = Acid
Solutions
Solute
Solvent
Concentration
Whats Doing The Dissolving
What's Being Dissolved
A Mixture Of Liquids Or A Liquid & Solid
Crystal Lattice
A Symmetrical 3 Dimensional Arrangement Of Atoms
A Substance That Speeds Up a Reaction Without Changing
A Reaction That Gives Off Heat
A Reaction That Absorbs Energy
States That Matter Can Chang From A Form To Another
Balancing Chemical Reactions
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Graphing Velocity
Velocity D/T
Acceleration V/T
1st Law
2nd Law
3rd Law
For Every Action There Is An Equal Reaction
Force
Inertia - The Feeling Of Wanting To Move Forward
Motion Occurs When there s An Unbalanced Force
The Amount Of Energy Applied To An Object
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