1. What is density?
2. What are the densities of the following substances given the following masses and
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independent variable is the change of water temperature
dependent variable is the time fo
Chapter 7: Wave Nature of Light
Reflection / Refraction
Dual Nature of Light
Light is a transverse wave: each place along wave moves up and down at right angles to the traveling of the
Electrons fill an atom in order of increasing energy.
Electrons will first fill the n=1 level, closest to the
nucleus, then n=2, n=3, and so on.
Only the electrons of the outermost level or shell ty
Chapter 3: Energy
Law of Conservation of Energy
Law of Conservation of Energy: The total energy content of a closed system is constant. Energy is never created or
destroyed. Energy may be transformed from one form into anothe
Chapter 6: Electricity
1. Law of Electric Charges
2. Electron Theory of Matter
a. static electricity
b. conductors and insulators
c. Coulombs Law of Electrostatic Force
3. Electric Current
The Law of El
A thermometer is a tool for measuring the hotness or coldness of a sample of matter. Most
thermometers are based on the relationship between some property of matter and changes in
temperature. The common glass thermometer is a glass tube