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A biotic Non-living
Biotic Living
Consumer Something that eats something else
Producer Someone who makes their own food from A biotic things
Food Chain Shows how energy and nutrients are transferred from one animal to another
Decomposer Something that breaks down waste into another substance
Biodiversity Biodiversity is the variety of plants and animal life in an ecosystem
Food web Shows the connections between many different food chains
Matter Everything that has mass and takes up space
Mixtures Matter that contains two or more pure substances mixed together
Pure substances Matter that contains only one kind of particle
Heterogeneous Mixtures A mixture with different parts you can see
Homogeneous A mixture that looks like a single pure substance a uniform mixture of two of more pure substances
Compounds Chemical combinations of two or more elements that can be broken down through chemical reactions
Elements Can not be further decomposed, represented on periodic table by an atomic symbol
Five points of Particle theory P Particles are in everything T Temperature S Spaces between particles A Attraction M movement
Universal Solvent Water
Separating a solution Distillation and evaporation
fastening the dissolving rate heat, lessen mass, manually mix
Temperature A measure of kinetic energy in a substance
Heat The transfer of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object
Energy the ability to do work
Kinetic energy The energy of moving particles
Thermal Expansion the spaces between the particles of a substance get larger when heated
Thermal contraction The spaces between the particles of a substance get larger when heated
Conduction The transfer of energy through touching particles
Convection The transfer of energy through liquids and gases
Radiation The transfer of energy through electromagnetic waves
Greenhouse effect Gases in the atmosphere trap radiated heat
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