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science vocababulary

beaker holds liquids and for ballpark estimates
eye dropper/pipette addimg liquids drop by drop
microscope magnifies microscopic objects
ruler to measure the length of objects
test tube holder used to pick up and hold test tubes for a short period of time
chemical change when a chemical reaction takes place
atom smallest particle in which an element can still be dividded and still have the properties of that element
proton postivley charged particle that is in the nucleus
neutron particle with no change
electron a stable subatomic particle with a negative charge
balanced force occurs when the total of all forces on an object equals zero and the objects of motion doesn't change
unbalanced forces occurs when the net force on an object that doesn't equal zero
newton's first law object at rest will stay at rest unlwss acted on an unbalanced force
newton's second law the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration
newton's third law for every action, there is an equal but opposite reaction
speed didtance travled by an object in a given amount of time
velocity an objects speed and direction at a given instant
acceleration change in an objects speed or direction over time
force a push or a pull
direction the path or course an object takes
Created by: w0403493