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3rd 6 weeks final major project Vocab

Beaker A beaker holds and measures liquid, but is a ballpark estimate.
Triple Beam Balance A TBB measures the mass of an object.
Graduated Cylinder A graduated cylinder gives an accurate measurement of volume.
Test Tube A test tube holds liquids and used to conduct experiments.
Petri Dish A pertri dish is used for growing and viewing microorganisms.
Atom An atom is the smallest particale into which an element can be divided and still have properties of elements.
Proton A proton is a positively charged particale located in the nucleus.
Neutron A neutron is a neutrally charged particale located in the nucleus.
Electron An electron is a negatively charged particale located around the atoms nucleus in an electron cloud.
Valance Electron A valance electron is the electrons on the outer mosat electron shell.
Metals Metals are elements, usually solid, with a shiney surface, conducts thermal energy, and electricity.
Non-metals Non-metals are elements that usually a gas or brittale solid at room temp. and is a poor conductor of heat and electricity.
Metalloid Metalloids are elements that share some properties with metals and non-metals.
Newton's 1st Law An object at rest will stay at rest while an object in motion will stay in motion until acted on by an unbalanced force.
Newton's 2nd Law A= MxF
Newton's 3rd Law For every action, there is an equal and oppisite reaction.
Force A push or pull
Newton (unit of measurement) A newton is a unit of force.
Speed Speed is the distance traveled divided be the needed to travel that distance.
Direction Direction is the way an object is moving.
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