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Water

Water

Water H 2 O, Sea Water and what it means to life in the ocean…. Figure 3.01 Hydrogen Bonds, Between water molecules Are weak, but IMPORTANT! States of water Water occurs as solid, liquid & gas naturally No hydrogen bonds in water vapor

By bernad
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Solar System History Ch 9

Solar System History Ch 9

Solar System History Ch 9. Big Bang Theory Solar Nebula Planetesimals Terrestrial Planets. Big Bang Hypothesis.

By mandel
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The Ocean

The Ocean

The Ocean. Ocean Water (ch. 17.1). We depend on ocean for: Food & resources Acts as barrier between continents. Origin of Oceans. 4 billion years ago, Earth was full of volcanoes that released CO 2 , hydrogen, water vapor, and other gases into atmosphere.

By damisi
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Parts of the EAR. Sound. LiGhT. Moon 1. Moon 2. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500.

By zeke
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Understanding Waves, Reflection and Refraction

Understanding Waves, Reflection and Refraction

Understanding Waves, Reflection and Refraction. Physics Revision. In this lesson you will revisit:. The basic principles of waves. The wave formula. Reflection. Refraction and Total Internal Reflection. You need to be able to:. Describe the parts of a wave.

By sharis
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Buoyancy

Buoyancy

Buoyancy. Buoyancy is the ability of an object to float. It is related to the object’s density . . Density. Density is the amount of matter in a given volume or space Gasses are the least dense form of matter Liquids are more dense than gasses, but less dense than solids

By baruch
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Chapter 15A - Fluids at Rest

Chapter 15A - Fluids at Rest

Chapter 15A - Fluids at Rest. A PowerPoint Presentation by Paul E. Tippens, Professor of Physics Southern Polytechnic State University. © 2007. Fluids at Rest.

By dorjan
(503 views)

Introduction to Light and Polarized Light

Introduction to Light and Polarized Light

Introduction to Light and Polarized Light. Lecture 1. Definition of Light. Light is electromagnetic radiation. Light exhibits properties of both a particle (e.g., ability to travel through a vacuum) and a wave (e.g, interference and polarization)

By eytan
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530.352 Materials Selection

530.352 Materials Selection

530.352 Materials Selection. Lecture #7: Molecular structure of polymers Monday September 26 th , 2005. Polymers. Poly + mers more than compounds 2 (building blocks). Atomic packing in polymers :. H H H H H H H | | | | | | |

By breindel
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Density

Density

Density. A physical property. Density. Density - the amount of mass per unit of volume. It can be expressed in the following formula. . Density. The formula… Density = mass volume Or D=m/v. Understanding Density.

By reese
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Bellwork

Bellwork

Bellwork. How is mass and volume related to density?. Bellwork. How is mass and volume related to density? Density is the mass per unit volume Amount of mass packed into a certain volume. Matter and Density - Review. What is matter? Anything that has mass and takes up space What is mass?

By pegeen
(147 views)

Structure of the Earth

Structure of the Earth

Structure of the Earth. The Earth can be divided into three main parts:. Core Inner core Between 4000-5000 °C Solid Mostly iron and nickel Outer core Between 4000-5000 °C Liquid Mostly iron and nickel. Mantle Upper mantle Some solid and some liquid

By iphigenie
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11-3 Moisture in the Atmosphere

11-3 Moisture in the Atmosphere

11-3 Moisture in the Atmosphere. Cloud formation. Air generally contains the same amount of water vapor Warm air rising and cool air sinking Tendency to rise or sink is called what? Buoyancy Small particles in the atmosphere from which cloud droplets can formed are called what?

By sibley
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Lecture #1 ~ Date__________

Lecture #1 ~ Date__________

Lecture #1 ~ Date__________. Chapter 3: Water and the Fitness of the Environment. Water. Pola r~ opposite ends, opposite charges Cohesion ~ H+ bonds holding molecules together Adhesion ~ H+ bonds holding molecules to another substance

By elyse
(66 views)

Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. Reflection and Refraction. HOME. When light falls on the surface of a material, it can be re-emitted without a change in frequency or wavelength. This is reflection. Red Light. . . Red Light.

By tilden
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Density & Buoyancy

Density & Buoyancy

Density & Buoyancy. Chapter 11 Section 2. Density. Density = Mass/Volume What is the SI Unit for Mass? Volume? SI Unit for Density = kg/m 3 Also…g/cm 3 The Density of Water = 1 g/cm 3 Important to Remember…1 mL = 1 cm 3.

By helmut
(141 views)

Chapter 2: Basic Optics

Chapter 2: Basic Optics

Chapter 2: Basic Optics. The electromagnetic spectrum. The electromagnetic spectrum. The attenuation of solar radiation by the atmosphere for wavelenghs visible to the naked human eye. The attenuation curve for optical fiber (glass). Note the five optical wavelenght windows.

By webb
(74 views)

Pure Substance or Mixture?

Pure Substance or Mixture?

Pure Substance or Mixture?. Water Pure Soil Mixture Gatorade Mixture Iron Pure. Kinetic Theory. 12/4. Motion. Kinetic theory is all about how particles move Key ideas All matter made of atoms that act like tiny particles The tiny particles are always in motion

By step
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Bellringer 9-14-09

Bellringer 9-14-09

Bellringer 9-14-09. Calculate the following 9.0 x 10 23 - 9.0 x 10 21. Mass vs volume. Density. Thought question. Which is heavier a pound of lead or a pound of feathers?. Most people say lead….

By perdy
(106 views)

Relative Attributes

Relative Attributes

Relative Attributes. ICCV 2011 Best Paper Devi Parikh and Kristen Grauman. Outline. Introduction Learning Relative Attributes Relative Zero-shot Learning Automatic Relative Image Description Experiments. Introduction. Smiling. ???. Not smiling. ???. Natural. Not natural.

By fancy
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