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Physical Science

Final Exam

convex lens a type of lens that is thicker in the middle
concave lens a type of lens that is thinner in the middle
air resistance a force that opposes the motion of an object through the air
relative density determines whether one substance will sink or float in another
physical change changes in which the form or shape of a substance changes but the substance keeps its identity
luster property used to describe how something shines in the light
wavelenghth the distance between a point on one wave and the identical point on the next wave
frequency a measure of the number of waves that pass a point in a second
translucent objects that allow almost all light to pass through it
parallel circuit an electric circuit that has more than one path for electric charges to follow
series circuit an electric circuit in which electric have only one path to follow
prism a transparent,3-Dmentional shape used to separate white light into the color spectrum
potential energy stored energy based in position
kenetic energy energy of motion that does work in forms of electrical,light,sound,and thermal energy
Created by: carolinecassy