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Combo Chapter Review

Heat , Electricity and Sound

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another name for non-contact force field force
temperature where everything stops moving absolute zero
electrical charges that attract positive and negative
this allows electrical charges to move freely conductor
this determines the speed of sound medium
The SI temperature scale Kelvin
electrical charges that repel positive and positive
ways for an object to be charged contact , friction
this does not allow electrical charges to move freely insulator
this determines the loudness of the sound intensity
the heat needed to raised the temperature 1 degree for 1 gram of a substance specific heat
creates image of unborn baby by reflecting sound waves off a boundary ultrasound
measure of how hot or cold an object is temperature
transfer of energy due to temperature differences; always hot to cold heat
scientific device used to measure temperature thermometer
hunting tool of dolphins, owls, bats, killer whales sonar
Non-SI temperature scales Celsius, Fahrenheit
Created by: cadetjt