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Intergrated Science

All that you learned

Application The putting of this science knowledge to specific use
Scientific Method The systematic manner of conducting experiments
Hypothesis Making statements in such a way that they can be verified
Planning Formulating an orderly st of events which may lead to achieving a goal
Analysing Explaining the reason for the method used and the steps taken to limit errors
Predicting Stating expected out comes based on experience
Collecting Data Gathering numerical information
Recording and Reporting Ensuring data is written down securely and then presenting it in tables, diagrams or charts so that it is easily understood
Test Tube For containing (mayber heating) small amounts of substances
Tripod Stand For supporting apparatus during heating
Measuring Using instruments to determine quantities
Standard Unit Avalue that can be communicated universally
Physical Quantity An amount that can be measured
SI Units International system of units of measurement
Estimate A calculated approximation
Volume The amount of space an object occupies
Time The duration in which an even occurs
Mass The amount of matter a body contains
Temperture How hot an object is
Technology The use of knowledge gained from science experiments to improve the quality of life
Science The study of the physical living and non living worlds based on experiments
Volumetric Flask A container used for making precise mixtures
Round-Bottom Flask For the preparation of gases if the process requires heating
Measuring Cylinder For measuring accurately the volume of liquids
Beaker For containing chemicals or collecting liquids
Observation and Experiments To describe and explain natural occurrences
Parallax Error Incorrect measurements read due to wrong eye placement
Evaporation When a liquid turns into a gas by increase of heat
Melting When a solid turns into a liquid by increase of heat
Condensation The process when a gas turns into a liquid by the decrease of heat
Freezing When a liquid turns into a solid by the decrease of heat
Deposition When a gas turns into a solid by the increase of heat
Sublimation When a solid turns into a gas by the increase of heat
Force A push or pull
Gravity A force that attracts things towards the center of the Earth
Electrostatic The electric force between electrically charged objects
Magnetic The forces between the poles of magnets
Contact Forces Act between objects that are touching or are in contact with each other
Friction A contact force that acts on moving objects that touch each other
Air Resistance The friction experience by an object moving through the air
Water Resistance The friction experience by an object moving through water
Intertia The reluctance of an object to move or change motion
Gravity (2) An attraction between objects that have mass
Weight The downward face acting when an object is attracted by gravity
Manometer A device for comparing the use of pressure
Pressure Pressure can be defined as the force per unit
Created by: NinjaDukey