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Science chpt. 12

2011 Mrs. Kopff

Archemedes Principle states that the buoyant force is = to weight of the object
Buoyant the measure of the upward force that a fluid exerts
Elasticity something that can be stretched & return to it's shape
Specific Heat the amount of heat needed to raise the temp. of 1kg/1 degree
Amorphous solid with random, jumbled arrangement of atoms
Crystaline solid with a regular, orderly arrangement of atoms
Fluid something that flows when on a surface
Strength something that maintains it's own shape under forces
Bernoulli's Principle a relationship that describes energy concervation in a fluid
Density the mass of the matter/volume unit
Malleability capable of being shaped by hammering or pressing
Brittleness hardness or rigidity but little tensile strength
Ductility capable of being hammered out thin
Pressure the exertion of force upon a surface by an object, fluid,etc.
Created by: ar_lizard