760 torr, 100000 N/1M^2
As altitude increases, pressure...
Structure of the atmosphere=
troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, exosphere
Why use mercury in a barometer?
It's dense, and it works in extreme temperatures
Down sides to using an aneroid barometer
less exact, more mechanically complex than a mercury barometer
How does the finger over the straw thing work?
Before you put your finger on it pressure inside and outside are equal, you cover it and lift it up, some water falls out and the gas in the top part of the straw expands making the pressure inside the straw higher until the inside pressure + weight of the water = outside pressure.
hot stars are_, cooler stars are _
light power of the sun
What makes the sun shine?
In the sun, 4H becomes
Layers of the sun, inside to outside:
nuclear fusion, radiative zone, convection zone
Solar atmosphere, inside to outside:
Solar interior, photosphere, chromosphere, corona.
Where does visible light come from?
Local winds are caused by
bodies of water/land, mountains, elevation differences, vegetation differences (forests, deserts).
Prevailing winds are caused by
How do the ocean currents move around North America?
Down the west coast, up the east coast.
How do the ocean currents move around South America?
Down the east coast, up the west coast.
Dangerous current around the tip of South Africa
The west wind drift
the mass of water that a given volume of air contains
Hot air has a _ capacity to hold water than cold air
the ratio of actual water content to possible water capacity at a given temperature. (Content/Capacity)100%
the temperature at which relative humidity=100%
prevailing winds come over water, becoming moist- it hits a mountain- it rises up over the mountain- it cools and condenses into clouds/rain- it comes over the mountain and warms up, but it has lost all of its moisture, so it's dry and hot = desert.
Air masses have
characteristic temperature and humidity throughout.
Air masses are identified by...
the surface they're over (Continental, Maritime, Arctic, Polar, Tropical)
4 nucleons (top number), 2 protons (bottom number). A helium nucleus.
0 nucleons (top number), -1 protons/charge (bottom number). An electron.
0,0. High energy radiation.
1 nucleon (top number), 0 protons (bottom number)
1 nucleon (top number), 1 proton (bottom number)
When a heavier nucleus is split into two or more pieces. Doesn't happen naturally, must be induced.
A minimum amount of an element needed to sustain a chain reaction.
When resistors are in series, current is _ and total voltage =
the same throughout, V1+V2
When resistors are in parallel, current is
Split, total current= I1+I2.
Magnetic fields go from...
North to South
Current goes from...
+ to -
Right hand rule #1- current carrying wires.
Thumb=direction of current, fingers wrap around wire in the direction the field goes.
Right hand rule #2- current carrying loops.
fingers point in direction of loop, thumb points in the direction of the field INSIDE the loop.
Right hand rule #3- moving charges in a magnetic field.
thumb= direction of current or velocity, fingers=direction of field, direction of palm=force in particles are positive.
exerting a force on a charged particle in a magnetic field creates a current (or potential difference).
the direction of an induced current (or voltage), will be such that it opposes whatever caused it/change.
positive delta x=
displacement in a positive direction
negative delta x=
displacement in a negative direction
movement in a positive direction
moving in a negative direction
If two forces are an action reaction pair, they are...
EQUAL AND OPPOSITE! THANK JESUS!
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