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Scientific Method

7th Grade Vocab Words For Scientific Method Unit

Vocabulary WordDefinition
Scientific Methods A statement that can be tested
Observation Bits of information you gather with your senses
Inference A conclusion about a observation
Hypothesis An Educated Guess
Independent Variable The one factor you can change in a experiment
Dependent Variable Is the factor,or outcome, that will be measured in a experiment
Constant Are factors in an a experiment that stay the same
Control a standard use of comparison
Malleable Can be smashed without crumbleing
Luster Shiny
Ductile Can be drawn into thin wire
Corrosive Rust
Density The degree of compactness of a substance or the mass of a object
Noble gases Any of the gas's elements helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon, occupying Group 18
Alkali metals's Are metals that react highly with water
Alkali earth metal's The alkaline earth metals are a group of chemical elements in the periodic table with very similar properties and react with water
Halogen are the most reactive non- metals
Transition metals any of the set of metallic elements occupying group 3-12
Compound Two different types of atoms that have chemically combined
Element Types of atoms pure
Ionic compound A metal and a non-metal
Covelent compound A non-metal and a non-metal
Lewis pat structure Shows how elements bond together with valance electrons
Created by: jhernandez4