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physics exam fall

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building blocks of matter and smallest parts of particles of an element atoms
a substance made of only one kind of atom element
lightest element hydrogen
2nd lightest element helium
atoms are slowest in..... solids, liquids, gases
said matter was made of atoms because of studying chemical reactions john dalton
jiggling of particles that are just large enough to be seen brownian motion
smallest particle of a substance consisting of two or more atoms that bond together by sharing electron molecule
the time it takes for one back and forth motion of a pendulum period
a complete back and forth motion is vibration
high points on a wave crest
low point on a wave troughs
distance between successive identical parts of a wave wavelength
distance from a midpoint to a crest amplitude
vibrations per unit of time frequency
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