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absolute zero
Temperature at which no heat can be trasferred from the matter absolute zero; substances posses no thermal energy, equal to 273.15*C or 459.67*F
Acceleration
Measures the rate of change in velocity
Acid
Any of a large class of sour tasting substance whose aqueous solutions are are capable of turning blue litmus indicates red, of reacting with and dissolving certain metals to form salts, & of reacting w/ bases or alkalis to form salts.
Acid rain
Formed when pollutants such as sulfar & nitrogen ocides, often from industrial emissions, combine w/ water in the atmosphere
Action/Reaction
Newton's 3rd law of motion, states for every action, there is an equal & opposite reaction
Actual mechanical advantage
Benefit realized by using a machine; the measured amount that a machine multiples force; includes the force of friction
Adaption
A change that helps an organism better fit the environment.
Aerate
To expose to the circulation of air for purification.
Air
A mixture w/ varying amounts of moisture & particulate matter, enveloping Earth' the atmosphere.
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