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A to Z Science high speed electrons strike a solid target. resistance of a liquid to flow. everything . make up atoms. anything that has mass and occupies space. Hard
Earthqaukes and Tsunamis Rapid Changes in Earth's crust (Erupt). Corral (slinky) waves. Large areas on Earth's outter Portion. A sudden and violent shaking on the ground. Rope like waves. Older Children
Plate Tectonics Please complete the crossword puzzle below plasticlike layer of Earth on which the lithospheric plates float and move around. to come together. all land. current in Earth's mantle that transfers heat in earths interior and is the driving force for plate tectonics. portion of the Earth's crust that lies beneath the ocean floor. Teenage
Nuclear Energy Fill in the crossword puzzle with the clues below. We have to get rid of_________waste from nuclear energy.. Energy released by reactions with atomic nuclei.. The nations of the world now have more than enough nuclear_______to kill every person on earth.. All aorund the world.. The country where nuclear energy is produced and used the most.. Teenage
Energy type of potential energy. energy can not be created nor destroyed. energy due to random motion of the particles that make up an object. force that opposes motion between two surfaces. type of potential energy. Teenage
Electronics a signal that carries information.. curcuit contains large numbers of interconnected conductor solid-state components and is made from a sinlge chip of siemiconductor material such as silicon. . an element that is a poorer conductor of electricity than metals but a better conductor than nonmetals. . a signal that varries smoothly in time. . a solid-state that can be used to amplify signals in an electric curcuit. . Teenage
Science form of spores . person who studies fungi. the mushroom or toadstool. the way yeast increases. where spores are formed. Teenage
Sound Waves and Light a substance that allows most of the light to pass through it. when waves are deflected when the waves go through a substance. the state of being reflected. transfer of energy from a wave to the medium through which it passes. maximum absolute value reached by a voltage or current waveform. Teenage
Planet Neptune Largetst moon. Neptune has this number of rings. Color of Neptune. To move around a planet. Neptune has this number of moons. Teenage
Cells same water concentration. Proteins are packaged for removal from the cell here. the series of reactions resulting in the conversion of glucose to pyruvic acid. higher water concentration. role of oxygen in the cytochrome system. Very Difficult
Science Identify science words by the definitions provided. an eclipse when moon is between earth and sun. moving in a fixed path around another object.. all the objects and energy in space. material where electricity difficult to flow . the amount of time for a planet to go around the sun one complete time. Hard
Electromagnetism used to located objects on Earth. electromagnetic waves that you can detect with your eyes. has the highest frequency and therefore they carry the most energy. electromagnetic waves with wavelengths longer than about 0.001 . even higher frequncy than ultraviolet rays and has enough energy to go through the skin and the muscle. Teenage
Earth Spheres seismic waves with particles of rock that move back and forth. mostly made of iron. strength of an earthquake. part of earth where life exist. all water on, under or above earth. Moderately Challenging
Motion a space between objects, units, points, or states. the change in position of an object. a force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact. the speed of an object in a particular direction. a system for specifying the precise location of objects in space and time. Teenage
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