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Convection
What is convection?
What happens to the surroundings that…
What happens to the air once it has mo…
What happens to the air once it cools…
The transfer of thermal energy in fluids. It's achieved due t…
Bunsen has heated up surrounding air, which has expanded so i…
Air cools down and starts to fall as it's density has increas…
It comes back to the heat source again because this is a circ…
What is convection?
The transfer of thermal energy in fluids. It's achieved due t…
What happens to the surroundings that…
Bunsen has heated up surrounding air, which has expanded so i…
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chapter 8 Revision flashcards
What are seismic waves?
How have scientists used seismic waves…
What is the meteorologist's name that…
State the theory of continental drift.
Seismic waves are the waves of energy caused by earthquakes o…
Through seismic waves they are able to determine the depth in…
Alfred Wegener
The theory is that all continents where once connected togeth…
What are seismic waves?
Seismic waves are the waves of energy caused by earthquakes o…
How have scientists used seismic waves…
Through seismic waves they are able to determine the depth in…
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PHYS018: HEAT and HEAT TRANSFER
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
Light
The transfer of energy from one object to another without exc…
The transfer of energy from hot to cold, as temperature diffe…
The transfer of energy from hot to cold via light. Light wave…
A wave of electric and magnetic fields. The wave has an assoc…
Conduction
The transfer of energy from one object to another without exc…
Convection
The transfer of energy from hot to cold, as temperature diffe…
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A&O Final
how many premature deaths does indoor…
where are the highest death rates due…
concentration of pollutant
dose
3.3 million
Asia and Western Pacific
quantity of pollution in the air ... -particles: # of particles…
amount of a pollutant absorbed by someone
how many premature deaths does indoor…
3.3 million
where are the highest death rates due…
Asia and Western Pacific
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Chapter 7 : Terms
Acclimation
Conductive heat exchange
Convective heat exchange
evaporative heat loss
The process of becoming accustomed to a new enviornment
Physical contact with other objects can result in either heat…
body heat can be either lost or gained, depending on the temp…
sweat glands in the skin allow water to be transported to the…
Acclimation
The process of becoming accustomed to a new enviornment
Conductive heat exchange
Physical contact with other objects can result in either heat…
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Quiz 3
Which is the fastest form of heat tran…
Our knowledge of the Sun's interior co…
What does SOHO stand for?
Which is the method for energy transpo…
Convection
Standard Solar Model
Solar and Heliospheric Observatory
Radiation
Which is the fastest form of heat tran…
Convection
Our knowledge of the Sun's interior co…
Standard Solar Model
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Science exams chapter 10.2
Three ways heat moves
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
Conduction, convection, radiation
Transfer of heat through the collision of particles
Transfer of heat through the flow of particles
A method of heat transfer without particles
Three ways heat moves
Conduction, convection, radiation
Conduction
Transfer of heat through the collision of particles
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Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Heat
Kinetic theory of matter
Temperature
Degree
The flow of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object
A theory stating that all matter is made of particles in motion
A measure of the average amount of kinetic energy of the part…
Evenly divided units of a temperature scale
Heat
The flow of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object
Kinetic theory of matter
A theory stating that all matter is made of particles in motion
90 termscreated on December 3, 2016
GEOG-Exam #4
The origins of which of the following…
How long ago did the Atlantic start to…
The current interest in continental dr…
Wegener's early proposal of continenta…
B) Mountains in the middle of plates
B) 200 million years
D) 1960s
B) failure to provide a plausible cause
The origins of which of the following…
B) Mountains in the middle of plates
How long ago did the Atlantic start to…
B) 200 million years
35 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Density, Earth's Structure, Continental Drift, Convection Currents
Density
Mass
Volume
grams (g)
Amount of mass within a given volume.
Amount of matter in an object
Amount of space an object takes up
unit for measuring mass
Density
Amount of mass within a given volume.
Mass
Amount of matter in an object
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Comparative Final MC Pt. 2
a. does not contribute to the oxygen p…
c. 0.2095 atm
a. AA = 150 mm Hg; AB = 100 mm Hg; SCB…
d. both the lungs to the red blood cel…
Oxygen that is bound to hemoglobin... a. does not contribute to…
If the partial pressures of nitrogen, argon, and CO2 are 0.78…
Which O2 partial pressure value would you expect to find in t…
In oxygen transport to the mitochondria, diffusion occurs fro…
a. does not contribute to the oxygen p…
Oxygen that is bound to hemoglobin... a. does not contribute to…
c. 0.2095 atm
If the partial pressures of nitrogen, argon, and CO2 are 0.78…
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Science Grade 8 Unit 8 Vocabulary
Air mass
Air pressure
Anemometer
Atmosphere
a body of air that has about the same temperature and humidit…
a measure of the weight of the atmosphere on a given area of…
an instrument used to measure wind speed
an envelope of mixed gases are held to the Earth by gravity;…
Air mass
a body of air that has about the same temperature and humidit…
Air pressure
a measure of the weight of the atmosphere on a given area of…
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Chapter 40: Basic Principles of Animal Form and Function
anatomy
physiology
tissues
organs
the structure of an organism
...
...
...
anatomy
the structure of an organism
physiology
...
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review 8: volcanism
intrusive
batholith
dike
sill
igneous rock that formed below earths surface
massive intrusive bodies 100km which frequently form cores of
massive tabular or irregular body of igneous rock which cuts…
tabular body of igneous rock that squeeze in between layering…
intrusive
igneous rock that formed below earths surface
batholith
massive intrusive bodies 100km which frequently form cores of
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Ch. 26 Quiz
_______ is the planet that has the mos…
A _______ eclipse occurs when moon's s…
The _________ is the part of the sky w…
__________ is the 2nd largest moon in…
Uranus
Solar
ecliptic
Titan
_______ is the planet that has the mos…
Uranus
A _______ eclipse occurs when moon's s…
Solar
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Chapter 6
Local winds
Latitude
Land breeze
Thermometer
Winds that blow over short distances.
The distance in degrees north or south of the equator.
The flow of air from land to a body of water.
An instrument used to measure temperature.
Local winds
Winds that blow over short distances.
Latitude
The distance in degrees north or south of the equator.
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APES Vocab Study Guide 3
Climate
Weather
Longitude
Latitude
the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or ov…
the state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards he…
the angular distance of a place east or west of the meridian…
the angular distance of a place east or west of the meridian…
Climate
the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or ov…
Weather
the state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards he…
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Plate Tectonic Vocab
Continental Drift
Sea-floor Spreading
Pangaea
Convergent boundary
Alfred Wegener's hypothesis, suggested they were once joined…
Age and magnetic patterns of sea-floor rocks
Single, large landmass
Form when two plates collide
Continental Drift
Alfred Wegener's hypothesis, suggested they were once joined…
Sea-floor Spreading
Age and magnetic patterns of sea-floor rocks
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Weather and Climate Geography Lab Exam
Stable Atmosphere
Unstable Atmosphere
Temperature Inversion
Why does Florida/Gulf Coast get a lot…
parcel equal temperature or cooler than surroundings- air res…
parcel warmer than surroundings - air wants to rise on its own
when the environmental temperature increases with increasing…
There is a lot of warm, moist air and instability there
Stable Atmosphere
parcel equal temperature or cooler than surroundings- air res…
Unstable Atmosphere
parcel warmer than surroundings - air wants to rise on its own
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Convection and Sea Floor Spreading
Convection and Sea Floor Spreading
Lithosphere
Lithosphere
Asthenosphere
the outer shell of the Earth that contains the continental cr…
Crust-Cool -rigid... Continental light -granite... Oceanic- dark de…
Hot weak ' plasticity ' where convection occurs upper mantle
Convection and Sea Floor Spreading
Lithosphere
the outer shell of the Earth that contains the continental cr…
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WGU C451/GNC2/1NC1 Integrated Natural Sciences Module 6
Define convection current.
Explain how convection cells cause loc…
Explain how convection cells cause Had…
Describe the theory of plate tectonics…
Circular currents in the mantle caused by the magma being hea…
Local winds are the result of convection on a small scale. Th…
Convection also plays a role in distributing heat throughout…
Wegener put together several geological observations about th…
Define convection current.
Circular currents in the mantle caused by the magma being hea…
Explain how convection cells cause loc…
Local winds are the result of convection on a small scale. Th…
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the sun
core
radiative zome
convection zone
photosphere
-energy is produced here through nuclear fusion... -hydrogen ato…
-very dense... -atoms packed tightly together
gases circulate in convection currents
-visible surface of the sun... -this is what we can see
core
-energy is produced here through nuclear fusion... -hydrogen ato…
radiative zome
-very dense... -atoms packed tightly together
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ADS Chapter 20: Adaptation to the Environment
intensive management
extensive managment
genetically adapted
acclimatization
systems where management attempts to control the environment…
systems where managment optimizes control over the production…
process where livestock of a particular type adapt to a set o…
series of adaptations that livestock undergo when introduced…
intensive management
systems where management attempts to control the environment…
extensive managment
systems where managment optimizes control over the production…
18 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Phys 18 Final Review
Three reasons why humans are able to s…
Power
Work
Heat
1.Atmosphere is very thin... 2. CO2 is a very small component of…
A rate of energy consumption... -Energy/Time
Transfer of kinetic energy to or from an object... -KE(final)-KE…
The kinetic energy associated with random vibration/motions i…
Three reasons why humans are able to s…
1.Atmosphere is very thin... 2. CO2 is a very small component of…
Power
A rate of energy consumption... -Energy/Time
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Astro Ch. 16 Lecture 9
Hydrostatic Equilibrium
The proton-proton chain
Neutrino
Where does the earths energy come from?
the equal forces of a pressure gradient pushing outward and g…
How hydrogen fusion in the sun takes place. High temperatures…
a byproduct of converting a proton to a neutron. No charge an…
Nuclear fusion in the center that converts mass into energy i…
Hydrostatic Equilibrium
the equal forces of a pressure gradient pushing outward and g…
The proton-proton chain
How hydrogen fusion in the sun takes place. High temperatures…
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Convection
Hot gases and liquids are less dense s…
Chilled molecules move less and don't…
Convection
In a convection
That's how hot air balloons float : the hot air in them is le…
Therefore, the material they are in becomes more dense or hea…
is a process by which heat is transferred by movement of a he…
ahot, less dense fluid rises up, and a cold, more dense fluid…
Hot gases and liquids are less dense s…
That's how hot air balloons float : the hot air in them is le…
Chilled molecules move less and don't…
Therefore, the material they are in becomes more dense or hea…
123 terms
created on December 3, 2016
Mamm Phys Exam 3 - Respiration
What is the equation for aerobic metab…
What processes move air from the outsi…
What is the ratio for surface area to…
How is the lung area related to the bo…
Food + O2 => CO2 + NRG
Diffusion and Convection
Surface Area = Volume ^ (2/3)
Directly proportional with a slope of 0.9
What is the equation for aerobic metab…
Food + O2 => CO2 + NRG
What processes move air from the outsi…
Diffusion and Convection
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410
high gravity anomaly
gravity at a trench
benioff zone
slab temp
forearc bulge
low
depth of EQs controlled by how deep the slab stays cold (subd…
age thickness rate dip conductiviy
high gravity anomaly
forearc bulge
gravity at a trench
low
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Applied Phys Exam 3
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
Evaporation
Direct transfer of kinetic (heat) energy from one molecule to…
Movement of heat energy from one place to another through the…
Movement of heat energy from one surface to another without d…
Movement of heat energy when a liquid is changed to a gas
Conduction
Direct transfer of kinetic (heat) energy from one molecule to…
Convection
Movement of heat energy from one place to another through the…
43 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Physic unit C
Energy
Kinetic energy
Potential energy
Work
The ability to do work
Energy possessed by an object due to its motion
Energy stored in matter due to its position or arrangement in…
Is dine when a force acts over a distance. Transfer of energy
Energy
The ability to do work
Kinetic energy
Energy possessed by an object due to its motion
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Astro 102 Final: Sun Layers
Core
Radiation Zone
Convection Zone
Photosphere
Energy created by nuclear fusion (15,000,000K)
Energy transported by electromagnetic radiation (7,000,000K)
Energy carried by convection (2,000,000K)
The part of the Sun that we see. Electromagnetic radiation ca…
Core
Energy created by nuclear fusion (15,000,000K)
Radiation Zone
Energy transported by electromagnetic radiation (7,000,000K)
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Convection Currents, Global Winds & Global Wind Belts
global winds
large area and blows from the same dir…
The ____________ heats Earth unequally.
An example of Earth heating unequally…
a wind that blows steadily over long distances
A global wind occurs over a __________________________
sun
the sun shining directly over the equator and at an angle ove…
global winds
a wind that blows steadily over long distances
large area and blows from the same dir…
A global wind occurs over a __________________________
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Energy
Energy
Solar energy
Electrical energy
Mechanical energy
Ability to cause change in motion or position of an object
Energy from the sun in forms of heat and light
Energy of charged particles that flow in a corcuit
Energy of motion or position (kinetic or potential energy)
Energy
Ability to cause change in motion or position of an object
Solar energy
Energy from the sun in forms of heat and light
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Science Topic 1: Energy
Kinetic Energy
Chemical Energy
Elastic Potential Energy
Energy
energy possessed by something moving
Energy stored within a substance. May be realeased when subst…
The potential energy of an object that is stretched or compre…
Ability to do work
Kinetic Energy
energy possessed by something moving
Chemical Energy
Energy stored within a substance. May be realeased when subst…
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Chapter 8 Vocabulary
Formation of Earth and Solar System
Core
Mantle
Magma
The processes that formed Earth 4.6 billion years ago determi…
The innermost zone, over 3,000 km below the Earth's surface.
Above the core, containing magma.
Molten rock.
Formation of Earth and Solar System
The processes that formed Earth 4.6 billion years ago determi…
Core
The innermost zone, over 3,000 km below the Earth's surface.
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Ch.7 Ls 1-3 Ms. Melendez Science
Pangea
continental drift
mid-ocean ridges
seafloor spreading
all the continents are part of this supercontinent
suggested that continentss are in constant motion on the surf…
the mountain ranges in the middle of the oceans
the process by which new oceanic crust forms along a mid ocea…
Pangea
all the continents are part of this supercontinent
continental drift
suggested that continentss are in constant motion on the surf…
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Chemical Reactions
Endothermic
Exothermic
Precipitate
Bubbles
Type of chemical reaction that requires energy in order to ta…
Type of chemical reaction that produces energy as it takes pl…
Solid compound produced from 2 liquids during a chemical reac…
Gas given off during a chemical reaction; may or may not have…
Endothermic
Type of chemical reaction that requires energy in order to ta…
Exothermic
Type of chemical reaction that produces energy as it takes pl…
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Chapter 5- Climate
Greenhouse effect
Greenhouse gases
Most prevalent greenhouse gases
Composition of dry air
Solar radiation striking Earth, converting to infrared radiat…
Absorb and re-emit infrared radiation and contribute to green…
H2O and CO2 (less amounts: nitrous oxide, methane, ozone)
Majority nitrogen and oxygen
Greenhouse effect
Solar radiation striking Earth, converting to infrared radiat…
Greenhouse gases
Absorb and re-emit infrared radiation and contribute to green…
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Private Pilot Chapter 6
What causes variations in altimeter se…
The wind at 5,000 feet AGL is southwes…
Convective circulation patterns associ…
How will frost on the wings of an airp…
Unequal heating of the Earth's surface.
Friction between the wind and the surface.
Cool, dense air moving inland from over the water.
Frost will disrupt the smooth flow of air over the wing, adve…
What causes variations in altimeter se…
Unequal heating of the Earth's surface.
The wind at 5,000 feet AGL is southwes…
Friction between the wind and the surface.
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Glencoe Chapter 5 Physical Science: Thermal Energy
Moving particles in matter (atoms, ion…
Temperature of an object
When temperature of an object increase…
Particles in the matter have .........…
kinetic
the measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles th…
its kinetic energy increases.
potential
Moving particles in matter (atoms, ion…
kinetic
Temperature of an object
the measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles th…
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Plate Tectonics vocab
Continental Drift
Pangea
Seafloor Speading
Plate tectonics
the hypothesis that the contenints slowly move across Earth's…
The name of the single land mass that broke apart 200 millon…
The process by which molten material adds new oceanic crust t…
The theory that pieces of Earth's lithosphere are in contant…
Continental Drift
the hypothesis that the contenints slowly move across Earth's…
Pangea
The name of the single land mass that broke apart 200 millon…
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Milander Vocabulary Cards
protons
neutrons
electrons
nucleus
positively charged particles
neutrally charged particles
negatively charged particles that orbit around the nucleus
center of the atom, houses the protons and neutrons
protons
positively charged particles
neutrons
neutrally charged particles
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ENVR ch. 13
atmosphere
troposphere
stratosphere
Ozone layer
the layer of gasses that envelops our planet. Moderates our c…
the bottommost layer of the atmosphere. air movement drives t…
extends 11-50 km above sea level. Drier and less dense than t…
most of the atmosphere's ozone concentrates in a portion of t…
atmosphere
the layer of gasses that envelops our planet. Moderates our c…
troposphere
the bottommost layer of the atmosphere. air movement drives t…
28 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Science Chp. 4
Seismic waves
Pressure
Crust
Mantle
When earthquakes occur they produce seismic waves
Results from a force pressing on an area
Layer of rock that forms earths outer skin
A layer of hot rock
Seismic waves
When earthquakes occur they produce seismic waves
Pressure
Results from a force pressing on an area
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Sports Safety & First Aid Final Exam
Inherent Risks
Joints
Ligaments
Cartilage
Risks that come with playing sports.
Junction between bones that allows the body to move.
Fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone and prevents bones…
Gristlelike connective tissue usually found covering ends of…
Inherent Risks
Risks that come with playing sports.
Joints
Junction between bones that allows the body to move.
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Immediate and Emergency Care Part 1
Hyperthermia
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
body temperature elevated
Transfer of heat by physical contact result in either heat lo…
Transfer of heat by the passage of fluid or air past a surface
Transfer of energy in the form of sunshine, rays, waves, or p…
Hyperthermia
body temperature elevated
Conduction
Transfer of heat by physical contact result in either heat lo…
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GEOL 1001 FINAL REVIEW
types of waves
viscosity
extrusive v. intrusive rocks
Faunal Succession
BODY... P (Primary) wave - faster... S (Shear) wave - slower, can't…
flow behavior of magma (rheology)... -is it runny or no? based o…
...
William Strata Smith
types of waves
BODY... P (Primary) wave - faster... S (Shear) wave - slower, can't…
viscosity
flow behavior of magma (rheology)... -is it runny or no? based o…
39 termscreated on December 3, 2016
OB chapter 24-25
Active acquired immunity
Alveolar surface tension
Brown adipose tissue
cardiopulmonary adaption
Formation of antibodies by the pregnant woman in response to…
The contracting force between alveoli
Fat deposits in newborns that provide greater heat generating…
Adaption of the newborns cardiovascular and respiratory syste…
Active acquired immunity
Formation of antibodies by the pregnant woman in response to…
Alveolar surface tension
The contracting force between alveoli
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science
factors that lead to weather formation
almost all energy in the Earths atmosp…
energy travels in the form
energy from the sun reaches Earth in t…
suns energy... heat transfer... wind... water... precipitation
comes from the sun
of light waves
visible light... infrared radiation ... ultraviolet radiation
factors that lead to weather formation
suns energy... heat transfer... wind... water... precipitation
almost all energy in the Earths atmosp…
comes from the sun
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Earth 101 final
True or false: The earth is much older…
true or false: the earth and the moon…
true or false: the composition of the…
Which of the following are differentia…
false
true
false
the earth and the moon
True or false: The earth is much older…
false
true or false: the earth and the moon…
true
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