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Bernoulli’s Principle
When the speed of a fluid increases, pressure within the fluid decreases
Lift
An upward force
Drag
Resistance of the air
Thrust
Moving forward
Gravity
Weight
Pitch
When the nose of an airplane goes up and down
Yaw
when the plane goes side to side
Roll
When the wings of an airplane go up and down
Terminal Velocity
The last highest velocity prior to impact
Fluid
Something that will move and change its shape without separating
Pressure
The number of "bumps" hitting a surface at any given time
Mass
The measurement of the quantity of matter that a substance has
Inertia
Objects at rest have a tendency to remain at rest, while objects in motion have a tendency to continue in motion
Friction
A physical force that resists the relative motion or tendency to such motion of two bodies in contact
Acceleration
A continual increase in speed
Isotope
An element with the normal amount of protons and electrons, but
with an irregular number of neutrons. (Makes it unstable- Radioactive)
Half-Life
The time required for something to fall to half its initial value
Group
A column of elements with similar characteristics, however only the
column headings labeled with a number (Roman numeral)
Period
The number of elements arranged in order by atomic number that fall in between elements of similar characteristics
Ion
An atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge by gaining or losing one or more electrons
Metal
Has one or two electrons in their outer energy levels and tend tolose the outer electrons chemically
Non-Metal
They are much smaller than metals and usually have four to seven electrons in their outer electron levels
Valency
The number of electrons on its outermost energy level determines an
elements behavior
Ionic Bond
When electrons are transferred from one atom to another and occur between a metal and a non-metal
Covalent Bond
When bonding occurs between two non-metals
Diatomic
Elements that travel in pairs when not combine wit ha differentelement