7th science vocab terms

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1. Unit 0

1.1. Section 1

1.1.1. a

1.1.1.1. observation

1.1.1.2. questions

1.1.1.3. Hypothesis

1.1.1.4. prediction

1.1.1.5. test the prediction

1.1.1.5.1. qualitative observations

1.1.1.5.2. quantitative observations

1.1.1.6. iterative process

1.1.1.7. peer review/publish

1.2. section 2

1.2.1. claim

1.2.2. evidence

1.2.3. reasoning

1.3. Section 4⬇

1.3.1. ➡ ➡ ➡

1.3.1.1. Section 5 ➡

1.3.1.1.1. lab safety standards

1.3.1.1.2. hair in a lab

1.3.1.1.3. clothes in a lab

1.3.1.1.4. footwear in a lab

1.3.1.1.5. protective goggles

1.3.1.1.6. colors of hazardous symbols

1.3.1.1.7. MSDS

1.3.1.1.8. pipetting

1.4. dry: dependent responsive y axis

1.5. mix: manipulated independent x axis

1.6. lenses

1.7. label and list

1.8. equation

1.9. notice

1.10. speculate

1.11. explain/evaluate

1.12. summary

2. Unit 1

2.1. Module 1, lesson 1

2.1.1. States of Matter

2.1.2. Matter

2.1.2.1. All matter is made up of particles, they can be solid, liquid, and gas forms

2.1.3. Liquid State

2.1.3.1. Particles move around and collide with each other

2.1.4. Solid State

2.1.4.1. Particles vibrate in place

2.1.5. gas state

2.1.5.1. Particles are widely spaced and move around at high speeds

2.1.6. kinetic energy

2.1.6.1. The energy an object has due to it's motion.

2.1.7. temperature

2.1.7.1. The measure of average kinetic energy in a material, the higher energy, higher temperature

2.1.8. thermometer

2.1.8.1. Tool used to measure the average kinetic energy in Celsius, Fahrenheit, and kelvin

2.1.9. potential energy

2.1.9.1. definition

2.1.10. thermal energy

2.1.10.1. The energy in an object that is responsible for its temperature.

2.1.11. atoms

2.1.11.1. Particles that make up everything

2.1.12. substances

2.1.12.1. A type of matter with uniform properties

2.1.13. elements

2.1.13.1. A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler components by any chemical reaction

2.1.14. compound

2.1.14.1. a mixture of 2 or more elements

2.1.15. molecule

2.1.15.1. another particle that makes up everything

2.1.16. periodic table of elements

2.1.17. element symbols

2.1.17.1. definition

2.1.18. chemical formula

2.1.18.1. definition

2.2. Module 1, lesson 2

2.2.1. Thermal contraction

2.2.1.1. decrease in volume as the temperature decreases

2.2.2. thermal expansion

2.2.2.1. increase in volume as temperature increases

2.2.3. Heating

2.2.3.1. transfer of thermal energy from one region of higher temp to a region with a lower temp

2.2.4. Systems

2.2.4.1. materials or objects involved in the transfer of energy

2.2.5. Pressure

2.2.5.1. the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surface

2.2.6. Freezing

2.2.6.1. the change of state from liquid to solid

2.2.7. Melting

2.2.7.1. freezing but opposite: solid to liquid

2.2.8. Vaporization

2.2.8.1. the change of state from liquid to gas

2.2.9. Condensation

2.2.9.1. like vaporization but opposite: gas to liquid

2.2.10. Phase Change

2.2.10.1. changing from one state of matter to another

2.2.11. pressure

2.2.11.1. the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surface

2.2.12. Jacque Charles

2.2.12.1. founder of charle's law, or the volume temperature law

2.2.13. boiling vs evaporation

2.2.13.1. boiling is the evaporation but on the surface, while evaporation is all the liquid

2.2.14. volume temperature law

2.2.14.1. Volume of a gas increases with increasing temperature, if the pressure is the same. Volume of a gas decreases with decreasing temperature.

2.3. Module 1, lesson 3

2.3.1. Robert Boyle

2.3.1.1. British Scientist that noticed the relationship between volume and pressure of gases.

2.3.2. Boyles Law

2.3.2.1. Boyles Law states that the pressure of a gas increases if its volume decreases, and that the pressure decreases when the volume increases.

2.3.3. Pressure and Number of particles

2.3.3.1. With an increase in particles, there will be an increase in the number of collisions that occur. Therefore, pressure will increase because there is less space between the particles.

2.3.4. Pressure / Volume relationship

2.3.4.1. Increase the volume lowers the pressure

2.3.5. Pressure / Number of particles relationship

2.3.5.1. Increase the number of particles increases the pressure

2.3.6. Pressure / Temperature relationship

2.3.6.1. Increase the temperature increases the pressure