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vocab science

What are tongs used for? To grab hot or dangerous beakers safelly.
What are googles used for? To protect your eyes.
What are hand lens used for? To see things closer.
What is a flask used for? To hold or mix chemicals.
What are test tubes for? Holds liquids and experiments that are conducted in it.
What is a nucleus? Structure near the center of a cell that contains the cell's DNA.
What are metals in the periodic table? Metals located on the left of the periodic table and is lusterous, malleable, and ductile.
What are protons? Positively charged particles located in the nucleus of an atom.
What are neutrons? In an atom, particle with a neutral charge, located in the nucleus.
What are electrons? Negatively charged particles found outside the nucleus of an atom.
What is speed? Distance an object has gained in a certain time.
What is velocity? An objects speed and distance over time.
What is acceleration? It's velocity over time.
What is Newton's 3rd law? Action-Reaction, when every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
What is Newton's 1st law? Law of Interia, An object at reat will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion until acted on by an unbalanced force.
What is atomic mass? Average mass of one atom of an element.
What are elements? Simplest form of matter and can't be broken down.
What are element molecules? Molecule of only 1 type of atom.
What are equations? A way of describing a chemical reaction.
What are molecules? When 2 or more atoms chemically combine.
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