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PS: Ch 1-9 Part 9

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
system bats use to seek out prey echolocation
organic compound that contains hydroxyl group alcohol
type of deformation that is opposite of stretching compression
states when equilibrium is disturbed the system will react to offset the disturbance Le Chatelier's principle
states the intensity of a phenomenon as being inversely proportional to the square of the disturbance inverse square laws
states the buoyant force experienced by an object is equal to the weight of fluid displaced Archimedes principle
states the lateral pressure exerted by moving fluid decreases as the fluid 's speed increases Bernoulli's principle
If temperature is constant, volume and pressure are inversely proportional Boyle's law
If pressure is constant, volume and temperature are directly proportional Charles law
force needed to deform a solid and amount of deformation Hooke's law
states that natural forces go from order to chaos and from lesser to greater entropy 2nd law of thermodynamics
states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed only transferred 1st law of thermodynamics
important scientific principle showing there had to be a creator because the universe has order and if it was left to itself it would not exist 2nd law of thermodynamics
Created by: Mrs. Sechrist