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When Objects collide, the total initial momentum eqauls the total final momentum. Law of conservation of momentum
The tendency of an object to resist change in its motion. Inertia
Distance/time speed
A measure of how hard it is 2 stop an item The Momentum
Amount of matter in a object mass
Substance that changes the rate of chemical reactions without changing its own structure. Catalyst
Change of energy from one form to another. Transformation
energy of objects motion Kinetic
Material THAT DOESNT allow heat to be conducted easily insulator
Energy cannot be created or destroyed. Law of conservation of energy
ability to cause change. energy
thermal energy that moves from a warmer to a cooler object. heat
stored energy potential
energy that travels in waves in all directions from its source. radiation
measure of the average kinetic energy of particles. temperature
absorbs energy. endothermic
energy stored within chemical bonds. chemical
trasfers of energy when particles move from place to place where there is a temperature difference. convection
exothermic gives off energy.
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