# 'Constant motion' presentation slideshows

## Phases of Matter

Phases of Matter. Chapter 10. Phases of Matter: are determined by the energy content and movement of the particles. What keeps the particles in liquids and solids together?. The movement of particles is directly related to the temperature of the substance,

By lorie
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## Pressure

Pressure. F=ma Earth 9.8m/s 2 Moon 1.6 m/s 2 Weight: newtons, pounds SI unit of force is the Newton (N) . Pressure .

By antonie
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## Ed Energy explains the five basic rules of Energy and Change

Ed Energy explains the five basic rules of Energy and Change. Energy and Change: the basic five laws. Law # 1. “An unbalanced force acting on a body results in a change in motion”. What this means: the balancing scales will not move…until…we do what???. Apply a weight (an unbalanced force!).

By pebbles
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## UNIT THREE: Matter, Energy, and Earth

UNIT THREE: Matter, Energy, and Earth. Chapter 8 Matter and Temperature Chapter 9 Heat Chapter 10 Properties of Matter Chapter 11 Earth’s Atmosphere and Weather. Chapter Eight: Matter and Temperature. 8.1 The Nature of Matter 8.2 Temperature 8.3 The Phases of Matter.

By ophrah
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## Ch. 3.1 Solids, Liquids, Gases

Ch. 3.1 Solids, Liquids, Gases. Kinetic Theory. All particles of matter are in constant motion Explains the behavior of solids and liquids Kinetic Energy- an objects energy due to its motion. States of Matter . Solid Liquid Gas Plasma. Solids:. Matter that has Definite shape

By afric
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## Particle Theory of Matter (See handout for a complete list)

Particle Theory of Matter (See handout for a complete list). Space: The spaces between the particles are very large compared to the sizes of the particles themselves. Speed: The particles in matter are in constant motion. Stickiness: The particles in matter attract one another.

By senwe
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## The Sound of Poetry

The Sound of Poetry . Basic Sound Principles . Resonance – designates the ability of a vibration to reach out through waves to set off a similar vibration in another body Physics – sound vibrations are connected to the vibrations of atoms and molecules in the air

By Olivia
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## Latin Bases and Prefixes in English Alternate Forms

Latin Bases and Prefixes in English Alternate Forms. Linguistics 1010 February 2, 2005. Latin Prefixes. Why do prefixes sometimes have alternate forms? ad-, ac- dif, dis-, di- con-, co-, com-, col- Ease of articulation.

By maverick
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## Kinetic Theory & Boyles Law

Kinetic Theory & Boyles Law. Kinetic Theory of Gases. All matter consists of tiny particles in constant motion Kinetic Energy – energy an object has due to it’s motion. Assumptions. Particles are small, hard spheres with insignificant volume

By jonny
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## Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine tburbine@framingham.edu

Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine tburbine@framingham.edu. Next week. No class. Midterm. March 24 You can bring in a sheet of paper with anything written on it You can bring in your hand-written mineral sheets. Rocks on the Surface.

By kyria
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## CRCT Question

CRCT Question . A rift valley forms where two plates: Subduct Diverge Slide Collide. Corny Joke of the Day. How do you make a skeleton laugh? You tickle it’s funny bone. When is Tier 2 Continental Drift Due?. Challenge Question.

By rafer
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## States of Matter Review Clicker

States of Matter Review Clicker. Is this a heating or cooling graph? . Heating Cooling Both of the above None of the above. What is the condensation temperature of the substance? . 0 °C 50°C 100°C 200°C. There are two flat sections in the above graph. Why? .

By melora
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SHORT QUIZ #2.

By gudrun
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## Kinematics: Describing Motion

Kinematics: Describing Motion. Sections 6.1, 6.3. Reminders. Lab this week: LAB A3-FF: Free Fall Mallard-based reading quiz due prior to class on Thursday I left extra credit items in my office; come get them after class if you wish. Uniformly Accelerated Motion. Interpreting graphs

By zelia
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## Analyzing position-time graphs

Analyzing position-time graphs. Objectives. You will be able to: Relate the slope of a position-time graph to speed Determine speed using position-time graphs Describe the type of motion indicated in a position-time graph; motion with constant speed or accelerated motion. Recall that:.

By kurt
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## ATOM (Ch 3)

ATOM (Ch 3). Smallest, most fundamental particle that retains all physical and chemical properties of an element. Atomic diameter = @1.0E-10 m Microscopic pictures show a range of ways atoms arrange themselves: from highly ordered crystals to disordered amorphous solids. MOLECULE (Ch 3).

By hoang
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## Solubility and the Particle Theory

Solubility and the Particle Theory. Remember….particle theory. Particles are in constant motion! Particles are constantly rotating, vibrating, and moving about from one place to another. In a solution.

By felton
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## ASTRONOMY

ASTRONOMY. FAMOUS ASTRONOMERS. PTOLEMY-85-165AD. Believed in geocentric universe earth was the center used circular orbits with epicycles was supported by the church for 1500 years. Copernicus-1473-1543AD. Believed in heliocentric universe sun was the center

By lolita
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## Current and Voltage Difference

7. Electric Current. 7.2. Current and Voltage Difference. The net movement of electric charges in a single direction is an electric current.