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Course: GEOL 125Lxg, Fall 2007
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Questions Study GEOL 125: Earth History What steps are involved in the scientific method? Guide #1 (F07) Dr. Hammond What is a scientific law? When can you violate a law? State Newton's laws. What factors are involved in the law of gravity? State these by writing an equation. What are the four fundamental forces? What types of particles experience each of these forces? How do we think these forces are...

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Questions Study GEOL 125: Earth History What steps are involved in the scientific method? Guide #1 (F07) Dr. Hammond What is a scientific law? When can you violate a law? State Newton's laws. What factors are involved in the law of gravity? State these by writing an equation. What are the four fundamental forces? What types of particles experience each of these forces? How do we think these forces are transmitted? Over what range is each effective? What forces are exerted by particles within the nucleus of an atom, and which are most important? What different forms of energy exist? Give examples. In addition to energy, are there other fundamental properties that must be conserved in any interaction? Give examples. Why are atoms drawn together to form a chemical bond? If chemical bonds are due to an attractive electromagnetic force between two atoms, what prevents these atoms from moving closer together? What factor determines the chemical identity of an atom? What is valence? What is the periodic table and why is it useful? What is electromagnetic radiation? Give some examples. What is the relationship among velocity, frequency and for wavelength a wave? Draw a diagram showing how a light beam is refracted as it passes from a medium in which it has high velocity into a medium in which it has low velocity. What kinds of devices utilize this phenomenon? What is black body radiation? Draw a graph showing the relationship between the intensity of radiation emitted vs. wavelength. On the same graph, illustrate the spectrum emitted by a second object that has a higher temperature than the first one. What two features of the black body spectrum change as temperature increases? Terms to know velocity acceleration position force time mass Coulomb's Law hadron lepton Kelvin scale frequency electromagnetic force strong force electromagnetic spectrum ultraviolet infrared refraction temperature graviton photon gluon kinetic energy potential energy thermal energy (heat) electromagnetic energy chemical energy proton Centigrade scale period gravity ion gamma ray photon microwave emission Uncertainty Principle momentum angular momentum charge field particles energy kg km neutron electron Fahrenheit scale wavelength absorption weak force x-ray visible light radio wave time
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