# Study sets matching "accel chapter 9"

indications of a chemical reaction

law of conservation of mass

precipitate

synthesis

heat, color change, fizzing, bubbling, odor, light, smoke

mass is neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reacti…

a solid produced during a chemical reaction

A + X -> AX

indications of a chemical reaction

heat, color change, fizzing, bubbling, odor, light, smoke

law of conservation of mass

mass is neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reacti…

affable

altruistic

ambidextrous

aromatic

easy to talk to; amiable

unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others

able to use both hand with equal ease

fragrant; spicy; sweet smelling

affable

easy to talk to; amiable

altruistic

unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others

bond energy

coordinate covalent bond

covalent bond

diatomic molecule

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

a bond in which two atoms share one or more pairs of electrons

a molecule that contains exactly two atoms

bond energy

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms

coordinate covalent bond

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

bond energy

coordinate covalent bond

diatomic molecule

double covalent bond

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms.

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

a molecule that contains exactly two atoms.

a covalent bond formed by atoms that share two pairs of electr…

bond energy

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms.

coordinate covalent bond

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

adenosine triphosphate

heterotroph

autotroph

photosynthesis

compound used by cells to store and release energy

organism that obtains food by consuming other living things; a…

organism that is able to capture energy from sunlight or chemi…

process used by plants and other autotrophs to capture light e…

adenosine triphosphate

compound used by cells to store and release energy

heterotroph

organism that obtains food by consuming other living things; a…

outcome

simple event

probability

sample space

Possible result of a probability experiment.

One outcome or a collection of outcomes.

The ratio of the number of ways a certain event can occur to t…

The set of all possible outcomes.

outcome

Possible result of a probability experiment.

simple event

One outcome or a collection of outcomes.

Base

Altitude

Height

Perimeter

any side of a polygon

a line segment that is drawn from a vertex to the opposite bas…

length of the altitude

the sum of the lengths of the sides of a polygon

Base

any side of a polygon

Altitude

a line segment that is drawn from a vertex to the opposite bas…

Ratio

Extended Ratio

Proportion

Extended Proportion

a comparison of two quantities using division

ratios that compare three or more quantities

a statement that two ratios are equal

setting three or more ratios equal to one another

Ratio

a comparison of two quantities using division

Extended Ratio

ratios that compare three or more quantities

cell cycle

cell plate

centriole

chromatin

cycle that starts when new cells form and end when those cells…

disk-like structure that forms in a plant cell after nuclear d…

structure that gives rise to microtubules of cilia and flagella

the cell's collection of DNA and all the proteins associated w…

cell cycle

cycle that starts when new cells form and end when those cells…

cell plate

disk-like structure that forms in a plant cell after nuclear d…

bond energy

coordinate covalent bond

covalent bond

diatomic molecule

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

a bond in which two atoms share one or more pairs of electrons

a molecule that contains exactly two atoms

bond energy

the energy required to break a covalent bond between two atoms

coordinate covalent bond

a covalent bond in which one of the atoms contributes both of…

Peripheral nervous system

Central nervous system

cell body

dendrite

Network of nerves and supporting cells that carry signals into…

Includes the brain and spinal cord; processes information and…

Largest part of a typical neuron; contains the nucleus and muc…

Extension of the cell body of a neuron that carries impulses f…

Peripheral nervous system

Network of nerves and supporting cells that carry signals into…

Central nervous system

Includes the brain and spinal cord; processes information and…

Community

Species Diversity of a Community

Dominant Species

Responce to Disturbance

An assemblage of all the populations of organisms living close…

Variety of different kinds of organisms that make it up. Two c…

When a small number of species exert strong control over a com…

Ex. storms, fire, drought, floods, etc. It could take a long t…

Community

An assemblage of all the populations of organisms living close…

Species Diversity of a Community

Variety of different kinds of organisms that make it up. Two c…

Evolution

Fossil

Artificial Selection

Adaptation

change over time; the process by which modern organisms have d…

preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms

selective breeding of plants and animals to promote the occurr…

heritable characteristics that increases an organism's ability…

Evolution

change over time; the process by which modern organisms have d…

Fossil

preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms

Prism

Lateral faces

Altitude

Height

a polyhedron with exactly two congruent parallel bases. The pr…

sides of the polyhedron that are not the bases

a perpendicular segment that joins the planes of the bases

the length of an altitude

Prism

a polyhedron with exactly two congruent parallel bases. The pr…

Lateral faces

sides of the polyhedron that are not the bases

Segment Addition Postulate

Midpoint

Angle Addition Postulate

Linear Pair

Adding two segments together

bisects a segment (divides a segment (or figure) into two cong…

Adding two angles together (part+part=whole)

A pair of adjacent angles whose one common sides are opposite…

Segment Addition Postulate

Adding two segments together

Midpoint

bisects a segment (divides a segment (or figure) into two cong…

population density

age structure

immigration

emigration

the number of individuals per unit area

the number of males and females at each age in a population

movement of individuals into an area occupied by an existing p…

movement of individuals out of an area

population density

the number of individuals per unit area

age structure

the number of males and females at each age in a population

Point

Line

Plane

Collinear Points

Indicates a location and has no size. Named with a single capi…

Straight path that extends in two opposite directions without…

Flat surface that extends without end, it has no thickness, an…

Points on the same line

Point

Indicates a location and has no size. Named with a single capi…

Line

Straight path that extends in two opposite directions without…

inductive reasoning

conjecture

counterexample

deductive reasoning

reasoning based on a pattern you observe

a conclusion based on reasoning

an example that disproves a conjunction

reasoning based on facts

inductive reasoning

reasoning based on a pattern you observe

conjecture

a conclusion based on reasoning

Parallel Lines

Skew Lines

Parallel Planes

Perpendicular Lines

Lines in the same plane that never intersect

Lines that do not intersect and are not coplanar

Planes that do not intersect

Lines that intersect to form right angles

Parallel Lines

Lines in the same plane that never intersect

Skew Lines

Lines that do not intersect and are not coplanar

Conditional Statements

Hypothesis

Conclusion

Instance

A statement that can be written in if-then form.

First part of conditional statement, after 'If'

Second part of conditional statement, after 'then'

Hypothesis and conclusion are both true

Conditional Statements

A statement that can be written in if-then form.

Hypothesis

First part of conditional statement, after 'If'

Dobereiner

Newlands

Mendeleev

Moseley

Triads: classified elements in groups of 3 based on similar at…

Person who proposed idea of repeating octaves of properties

A Russian chemist. He is credited as being the primary creator…

Arranged the periodic table according to atomic number instead…

Dobereiner

Triads: classified elements in groups of 3 based on similar at…

Newlands

Person who proposed idea of repeating octaves of properties