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Science Fall Exam

Fall "Finals"

Wafting Using your hands to intake smell instead of smelling directley
Meniscus The curved part of the top of water, measure from the top of the miniscus
Graduated Cylinder A tool used for measuring mL
Spring Scale Tool used for measuring Newtons (N)
Controlled Variable Variables that are the same in an experiment can be multiple
Manipulated Variable Variable that is the same in an experiment ONLY ONE
Responding Variable The variable that comes as a result to the experiment ONLY ONE
Motion If an objects distance from the reference point is changing
Electron (e-) Negative charges located in the electron cloud, lightest part of the atom same amount as protons
Proton (p+) Atomic #, located in nucleus attached to neutrons, posotive charge, same amount as electrons
Neutron (n0) No charge, located in nucleus, find by atomic mass-p+=n0
Nucleus Posotive charge, middle of atom, holds p+ and n0, heaviest part of atom
Physical Property Properties of matter that can be obtained by measuring it
Created by: Bobninja