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Chemical Formula for Water h20
Chemical Formula for Table Salt NaCl
Chemical Formula for Ammonia NH3
Chemical Formula for Carbon Dioxide CO2
Chemical Formula for Table Sugar C11H22O11
Chemical Formula for Glucose C6H12O6
Chemical Formula for Oxygen Gas O2
Chemical Formula for Ethyl Alcohol C2H5OH
Chemical Formula for Propane Gas C3H8
Chemical Formula for Methane Gas CH4
Law #1 of Newton's Law Law of Inertia- tendacy of an object to stay at rest or in motionEx. baseball- rounding bases instead of making sharp turns
Law #2 of Newton's Law Law of Motion, SI unit of force- how much force is put on a horse when it carries someone
Law #3 of Newton's Law Action and Reaction Forcesex. rocket fuel is burned and hot gases are produced. These gases expand rapidly and force out the back of the rocket
How many atoms can be on each level of a Bohr's Model? 2, 8, 18, 32
What are the different waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum? (lowest to highest energy) radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, Uv light, x-rays, gamma rays
Long Wavelength equals what kind of frequency? Low Frequency
Short Wavelenth equals what kind of frequency? High Freq.
What are the colors of the electromagnetic spectrum? ROY G BIV
What are the three different types of materials that affect light differently? Opaque(blocks light), Transparent(transmits light easily), and Translucent(transmits some light)
What is the difference between AC(alternating current) and DC(direct current)? In direct current, electrons flow in the same direction. In alternating current, electrons constantly change direction at a regular rate.
What is static electricity? buildup of electrical charges in an object
What are some physical properties? Color, shape, hardness, mass, volume, weight, and density.
What is the difference between a mixture and a pure substance? A mixture is two or more substances that have been physically combined. A pure substance is just one substance, no combonations.
What could you do to seperate a mixture? Pick out the different pieces if the mixture is made up of solids. If it is made up of liquids, you could evaporate, and filter.
What is a solid mixture? salad
What is a liquid mixture? Salt Water
What is a gaseous mixture? H2O Water
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