# Physics Flashcards

Browse 500 sets of Physics flashcards

Acceleration

Balanced Force

Friction

Newton

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

The force between objects that resists motion - always slows d…

A measurement of force

Acceleration

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Balanced Force

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

Minimum energy (in eV) needed to be ion…

Why is rhenium mixed with tungsten in a…

K edge of Iodine

K shell binding energy of tungsten

15eV

Prevent cracking with repeated heating/cooling

33.2 keV

69.5 keV

Minimum energy (in eV) needed to be ion…

15eV

Why is rhenium mixed with tungsten in a…

Prevent cracking with repeated heating/cooling

Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

Transfer energy in the direction they are traveling

The maximum displacement of a point on the wave from this undi…

The distance between the same point on two adjacent waves (bet…

Is the number of complete waves passing a certain point per se…

Waves

Transfer energy in the direction they are traveling

Amplitude

The maximum displacement of a point on the wave from this undi…

Acceleration

Balanced Force

Friction

Newton

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

The force between objects that resists motion - always slows d…

A measurement of force

Acceleration

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Balanced Force

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

Acceleration

Balanced Force

Friction

Newton

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

The force between objects that resists motion - always slows d…

A measurement of force

Acceleration

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Balanced Force

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

physics

theory

force

net force

the most basic science that examines the fundamental laws rela…

a synthesis of a large body of information that encompasses we…

a push or pull

combination of all forces on an object

physics

the most basic science that examines the fundamental laws rela…

theory

a synthesis of a large body of information that encompasses we…

Resonate

Inertia

Freefall Acceleration

1's in disguise

Express a thought or idea that is accepted and shared by other…

The property of matter to resist change in state of motion unt…

The acceleration of a falling object. On earth it is 9.81 m/s2.

Unit conversion technique based on the identity property of on…

Resonate

Express a thought or idea that is accepted and shared by other…

Inertia

The property of matter to resist change in state of motion unt…

oscillation

time period

amplitude

loudness

the change in density from the maximum value to the minimum va…

the time taken by 2 consecutive compression or rare factions t…

the magnitude of the maximum disturbance in the medium on eith…

it is the measure of the response of the ear to the sound

oscillation

the change in density from the maximum value to the minimum va…

time period

the time taken by 2 consecutive compression or rare factions t…

What is the photoelectric effect?

Why does blue light eject electrons fro…

Will bright blue light eject more elect…

Does the photoelectric effect support t…

The photoelectric effect is the ejection of electrons from a m…

Blue light has a higher frequency and therefore a higher energ…

Yes, bright blue light (more blue photons) will eject more ele…

The photoelectric effect supports the particle model of light…

What is the photoelectric effect?

The photoelectric effect is the ejection of electrons from a m…

Why does blue light eject electrons fro…

Blue light has a higher frequency and therefore a higher energ…

The Equation For Gravity

Scary Monster: Running Away Getting Fas…

Scary Monster: Running Away Getting Slo…

Scary Monster: Running Towards Getting…

Gravity = m * 9.8 meters per second squared

Positive Acceleration

Negative Acceleration

Negative Acceleration

The Equation For Gravity

Gravity = m * 9.8 meters per second squared

Scary Monster: Running Away Getting Fas…

Positive Acceleration

vector

scalar

velocity

acceleration

something tht has both direction and magnitude (mass)

a physical quantity such as mass or energy that has magnitude

speed in a given direction

change in velocity(m/s) over time taken(s)

vector

something tht has both direction and magnitude (mass)

scalar

a physical quantity such as mass or energy that has magnitude

Brownian Motion

Evaporation

Solid, liquid, gas

Liquid in glass thermometer

In this motion, molecules move at a random motion this is beca…

It is the escape of the more energetic particles and occurs co…

States of Matter

In this thermometer, As temperature rises or falls, the liquid…

Brownian Motion

In this motion, molecules move at a random motion this is beca…

Evaporation

It is the escape of the more energetic particles and occurs co…

alpha particle

beta particle

gamma particle

symbol for alpha particle

a helium nucleus that is emitted from a radioactive atom.

an electron that is emitted from a radioactive atom.

a high-energy photon (particle of light) that is emitted from…

alpha particle

a helium nucleus that is emitted from a radioactive atom.

beta particle

an electron that is emitted from a radioactive atom.

Scalar Quantity

Vector Quantity

Distance

Position

can be described by a single numeral and correct unit of measu…

-a quantity that has magnitude and direction... -described by sta…

-D ... -the LENGTH of the path traveled by an object as it moves…

- location of an object relative to a REFERENCE POINT... -x with…

Scalar Quantity

can be described by a single numeral and correct unit of measu…

Vector Quantity

-a quantity that has magnitude and direction... -described by sta…

The person has stopped traveling.

The person is traveling further away fr…

The person is traveling back to where t…

The car is accelerating rapidly.

What does the time distance graph show from ... B-C?

What does the time distance graph show from ... C -D?

What does the time distance graph show from ... E-F?

What does the velocity distance graph show at A?

The person has stopped traveling.

What does the time distance graph show from ... B-C?

The person is traveling further away fr…

What does the time distance graph show from ... C -D?

Newtons first law

Newtons second law of motion

Centripetal force

newtons third law

Balanced force can either refer back to inertia or momentum wh…

Newtons Second law which goes back to the idea of forces F=MA…

These objects continuously change direction as they move in a…

A force is a push or a pull that acts upon an object as a resu…

Newtons first law

Balanced force can either refer back to inertia or momentum wh…

Newtons second law of motion

Newtons Second law which goes back to the idea of forces F=MA…