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archimedes principle
the buoyant force of a liquid object is equal to its weight
10 = 10
Bernoulli's Principle
the velocity of a fluid rises as the pressure decreases
velocity up = pressure down
Boyle's law
the volume of gas decreases as the pressure increases, as long as the temperature is the same
vol down/pressure up when temp is =
Buoyant Force
the ability for liquid to rise upward as an object emerses into the liquid
splash/rock in pool
Charles' Law
the volume of gas increases and the temperature increases as long as the pressure remains the same
Gas and temp go up when pressure is =
Condensation
the change of a substance from gas to liquid
Dew
Crystal
in most solids, particles in repeating geometric patterns
diamond
Evaporation
the change from liquid to gas
steam
Heat of fusion
the energy needed to change a solid to a liquid
welding
Heat of vaporation
energy needed to change a liquid to a gas
steam
Kinetic theory of matter
all matter is made up of constantly moving tiny particles
Pascal
the SI unit of pressure
Pascal's principle
pressure can be transmitted through fluid without being changed
wave
Plasma
a gas-like mixture of charged particles
M*A*S*H*
Polluted water
water that contains high levels of unwanted substances
Hudson River
Pressure
the amount of force exerted per unit of area
Dog pile
States of matter
4 ways matter can exist: Solid, liquid, gas, plasma
Ice, water, steam, etc
Thermal expansion
matter that is expanded when heated
popcorn
Thermal pollution
pollution caused when waste is burned
tire fire