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Tyler Luman

1st Semester Vocab

Beaker Holds liquids and for ballpark estimates
Eye Dropper Used for small liquid measurements
Microscope Magnifies liquid measurements
Ruler Used for measuring the length of objects
Test Tube Holder Used to pick up and hold test tube for short periods for heating
Atom An atom is the smallest particle into which an element can be divided and keep its properties
Element The building blocks of matter
Nucleus Center of an atom, made up of protons and neutrons
Electron Shell Region around the nucleus where an electron may be found
Proton Positively charged particle located in the nucleus of an atom
Finding Speed Distance/Time
Finding Distance Speed X Distance
Finding Time Distance/Speed
Force A push or pull
Thrust Strong push that quickly moves an object
Galaxy Very large group of stars in the universe
Types of galaxies Spiral,Elliptical,Irregular
Parallax The apparent shift of a star when you change your position
Main Sequence Most of the universe's stars are located in this
White Dwarfs Very hot but dim stars
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