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Oct.29-Nov.2 Vocab.

5th Grade Science Vocabulary List 10 October 29- November 2

Water Cycle the change of water from one state to another as it moves between the Earth's surface and atmosphere
Nitrogen Cycle the movement of nitrogen between organisms anf their surroundings
Carbon Dioxide & Oxygen Cycle the movemrnt of carbon dioxide and oxygen between organisms and the air
Respiration the process of breathing in air to get oxygen and breathing out wastes
Carbon Dioxide a gas made of carbon and oxygen atoms that plants need for photosynthesis
Evaporation the process of changing from a liquid to a gas
Precipitation water that falls to Earths surface as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
Condensation the process of changing from a gas to a liquid
Ground Water water that collects underground in cracks and spaces in rock
Water Vapor the gas state of water
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