Semester 1 Vocabulary
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Glass cup that comes in many sizes. They are used for mixing and storing solutions in the laboratory. The marks on the side are rough estimates, and should not be used for careful measurement.
To include all important details of an object or idea
A cabinet that can be sealed to be air tight. When the fan is turned on, the gas inside is blown to the outside.
Eye coverings that must be worn at all times in the laboratory
Glass tube used for exact measurements of liquids. It is not used for stirring or mixing.
One part of a description of a thing or idea.
To say what something is.
Anything in the universe that takes up space
A small piece of something.
When two or more things bump into each other.
Any material or matter
The measure of fast the particles of something are moving.
To move back and forth very quickly.
The conditions around a place or object.
The ability to move things from one place to another.
The energy used to move particles faster or farther apart.
The parts of something that it is made of.
The process of moving particles further apart form each other to change them from a liquid to a gas
The process of moving particles further apart from each other to change them from a liquid to a gas.
Line of Best Fit
A line on a graph that comes close to touch all of the points.
The process of moving particles further apart to change them from a solid to a liquid.
The process of changing something from one state of matter to anotther (like melting)
The way that something looks or behaves with only a small amount of observation
The process of moving particles closer together to change them from a gas into a liquid.
The process of moving particles closer together to change them from a liquid to a solid.
A way that two things are connected or have something in common
The measurement at the end of an experiment.
The ability of a substance to absoarb heat without increasing the temperature.
The measurement at the beginning of the experiment.
A way to describe what numbers mean.
When one thing moves out of the way to make space for another thing.
To describe something using units.
The measure of how much space something takes up.
The measure of how much gravity pulls on something (closely related to mass).
When two objects or ideas are in equal sizes or parts.
How close together pieces of something are packed.
When one object sits on top of another due to its density.
The measure of all of the matter in an object.
When one object sits under another object due to its density.
To think very carefully about all of its details and create a plan to make it happen.
To pay attention to something for a long period of time.
Continuous pushing of one substance onto another.
The rate at which a line on a graph changes.
When something stays the same.
When something happens over a period of time.
When two things increase or decrease at the same time
To move from one place to another.
Looking closely at each part of something to see if they fit together in a way that they make sense
To put things together.
To build something by putting separate parts together.
When two things have no relationship with each other
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