Chemical bonds, the ocnstituent atoms in molecules are held together by bonds, a bod is
usually a pair of electrons
Storng bonds are metallic, ionic, and covalent,
Weak bondare vanerwaals and hydrogen.
Writing chemical formulas for molecular amtter
Physical Science 1000 Chapters 17-18 and 21-22
Chapter 17: The Periodic Table
Hardly anything in the world is made up of just one atom, everything we interact with has tons of
atoms. Chemistry is the study of interacting atoms. Bonds are the ele
Physical Science Notes for chapter 5 8
Chapter 5: Application of the Laws of Force and Motion
First you must look at an object and find which forces are acting on it. This can be
difficult because they can go unnoticed. 1. What role does
Quiz Study Chapters 9-12
Chapter 9: Energy
What Is Energy
The ability to exert a force on an object while it moves through some distance in the direction of
the applied force.
Potential energy: Energy that depends on the position of an object or
Physical Science Quiz Study Chapters 13-16
Chapter 13: The Molecular Model of Matter
Scientific models are tools that we use to better understand the world when we cannot prove
everything with instruments. Models are important because its fundam
Physical Science Quiz Prep 4/12/17 Chapters 23,25,26 and 27
Chapter 23: Covalent Bonding and Intermolecular Interactions
Metallic bonds provide structure and strength, while the Ionic bond provides color and crystals.
Covalent bonding however is what real
February 8, 2017
Foucault Pendulum Essay
The Foucault pendulum, created by Leon Foucault, is a simple machine that consists of a
ball hanging from a wire attached to the ceiling. This simple device, was an experiment used to
CHAPTER 4 - DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
4.1 HOW DO WE DEVELOP IN THE WOMB?
Developmental Psychology: The study of how humans change over a lifetime.
Prenatal Period: From conception to birth.
Figure 4.2 - Interactions Between Three Developmental Doma
CHAPTER 7 - MEMORY
7.1 - HOW DO WE ACQUIRE MEMORIES?
- Memory: Our nervous systems ability to receive and retain knowledge and skills.
We Acquire Memories by Processing Information
- There are three processing phases of memory:
1. Encoding: When your brai
CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCING THE WORLD OF PSYCHOLOGY
1.1 WHY IS PSYCHOLOGY IMPORTANT TO YOU?
Figure 1.2 - Understanding People: Psychology can help us to better understand ourselves as
well as others and why they think/behave like they do.
PHSC Chapter 6: Forces in Fluid
Fluid: All fluids push with friction against the motion of object moving through them.
Pressure: Defined mathematically as Pressure = Force/Area
Fluid: Anything that flows. This refers to gases such as air and liquids such
PHSC Chapter 5 Notes
Fly hits oncoming train scenario:
Force of the train on the fly = force of the fly on the train.
Flys mass x Flys acceleration = trains mass x trains acceleration
Rearranging terms, we have:
PHSC Chapter 2
Newtons First Law of Motion:
Every object at rest, or in uniform motion, will remain in that state of motion unless compelled to do
otherwise by forces acting upon it.
Uniform Motion: Motion at a constant speed in a straight line.
PHSC Chapter 3 Notes
The second law of motion says that for all objects accelerating under the influence of any force, the
holds true. For objects accelerating under the influence of gravity, we
g: The s
Chapter One: Knowledge, Science and the Universe
Four Ways of Knowledge/Learning:
Authority: An accepted source of expert info or advice.
Intuition: The act or faculty of knowledge or sensing without the use of rational processes; involves