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Sciene Test 2015

Atmoshpere The mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth.
Air Pressure The measure of force particles are applying.
Troposphere The lowest layer of the atmosphere.
Stratosphere The second layer of the atmosphere.
Mesosphere The third layer of the atmosphere.
Ionosphere The lower part of the thermosphere.
Thermosphere The uppermost layer of the atmosphere.
Exosphere Where space starts.
Ozone Layer Layer of the Earth from 15 to 40 km, where most of the sun's ultraviolet radiation is absorbed.
Greenhouse Effect When gases absorb and give off radiation.
Thermal Energy Measure of total kinetic energy.
Thermal Expansion Increase in volume because of temperature.
Heat Energy transferred between objects.
Radiation Transfer by electromagnetic waves.
Convection Transfer of heat by movement of matter
Conduction Transfer of heat by direct contact.
Wind Movement of air because of a change in pressure and unequal heating.
Created by: D_Sen