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Science VoJo 9-22-11

Refers to the amount of dissolved salts in a substance. salinity
Solid that forms from a solution during a chemical reaction. precipitate
The relationship between mass and volume. Density
A reaction that releases energy in the form of heat. exothermermic
A reaction that absorbs energy the form of heat. endothermic
The study of the Earth's history and structure. Geology
The process of using one or more of your 5 senses to gather information about the world. Observation
A decision you make based on your observations Inference
A substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction catalyst
Property of metal able to be hammered into thin wire stands ductile
Property of metal; able to hammered into then sheets malleable
The study of force, motion and Newton's laws of motion. Physics
The study of the Earth's oceans and their interlinked ecosystems. oceanography
The study of the moon, earth, stars, and other objects in space. astronomy
The measure of the gravitational pull on an object. weight
The amount of matter in an object. mass
Being in the state of balonce or constancy. equilibrum
How fast or slow something happens. rate
Does not move. stationary
A lot, many, plentiful abundent
The study of matter and its interaction with energy and itself. Chemistry
The study of the atmoshere focusing on weather processes and forecasting. meterorolgy
The study of genes, heredity, and variations in organisms genetics
The study of living organisms. Biology
A substance that allows heat or electricity to pass through conductor
A substance that holds heat or electricity in. insulator
Created by: rhammock15