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5ACT Sci Vocab 63-78

Microorganisms An organism of microscopic or very small size.
Staturations A state of being completely full or soaked.
Molecular Weight The weight of all the atoms in a molecule.
Solid Neither gas nor liquid; of the same or coherent texture.
Radioactive Decay A natural process by which an atom of a radioactive isotope spontaneously decays into another element
Organic Matter Mater that is derived from living or formerly living organisms.
Organism A living thing, either plant or animal.
Protein A compound that consist of amino acids and plays various structural , mechanical, and nutritional roles within organisms.
Nanometer One billionth of a meter.
pH A scale that measures how acidic or basic a substance is on a scale of 014. Lower numbers indicate acidity and higher numbers indicate increasing basicity.
Photosphores Organism that produce light.
Mole A unit of measurment for the molecular weight of a substance.
Newton The amount of force needed to accelerate a 1 kilogram mass at a rate of 1 meter per second, per second.
Pigmentation Coloration.
Photosynthesis The process by which plants turn carbon dioxide and water into energy with the aid of sunlight.
Solute A dissolved substance.
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