All about chemical reaction.

Question Answer
What are physical changes? A change does not involve new chemical being made.
What are chemical changes? A reaction in which new substance are made.
What is a reactant? Chemical taht join together to form new substance.
What will be the new substance when iron is react with sulphuric acid? It will be iron sulphate.
How do hydrogen be tested? By bringing a splint up to the tube where the hydrogen are kept and it will burn with a squeaky pop.
What happen when dry ice warms up? It will turn straight from a solid into a gas
How do carbon dioxide be tested? By mixing it with lime water and it will form a milky white colour.
What happen when a lighted splint was put in carbon dioxide? It will goes out straight away.
Other than mixing two chemicals together, what will reaction need to make them occur? Other reaction will need energy to make them happen.
When you cook food, the heat from the cooker causes what in the foods? It causes chemical reaction in the foods.
What will firework do when it was heated to start off? It will then keep on reacting on its own.
When will a firework stop reacting? When the chemical inside it have been used up.
When a substance burns, it react with what in the air. It react with oxygen in the air.
When fire is react with oxygen to form what? It will form products.
How many percent of oxygen are there in air. There are about 20% of oxygen in air.

Revision Source

Question Answer
Why are solids, liquids and gases stored seperatesehold recycling centres? They all have different properties and have to be handled in different ways
What is volume measured in? Cubic Centimetres (cm?)
Why are liquids transported in sealed containers? Liquids can flow, which makes it easy for liquids to be pumped in and out of the sealed containers
What is the definition of dense? When an object is to heavy for its volume
What do some gas cylinders contain which is burned in gas cookers? Propane
Put these states of matter in order, according to their densities (most dense – least dense) Solids – Liquids – Gases
Name 3 observations Scientists have made about ice. Ice can keep its shape, ice can't be squashed and ice can turn into a liquid when it is heated
The particles in solids make what movements? The particles are very close together and vibrate in fixed places.
The particles in gases make what movements? The particles are far apart and bounce off each other, when they collide
What are the properties of a liquid? Liquids can flow and can take the shape of any container
What is diffusion? Diffusion is when the particles move from a high concentration to a lower concentration
What happens to the particles in a balloon when you blow air inside? More particles are blown into the balloon, making the pressure increase
Why is methane gas produced in landfill sites dangerous? Gasses flow very easily, so the methane gas can flow through the landfill site and collect in pockets.
Explain how a balloon expands. A balloon expands because of the air particles that are in the air blown. The particles hit the side of the balloon, which makes the rubber stretch
Why do old fridges need to be checked? Old fridges contain a gas called CFCs which cause problems in the atmosphere

My Work- Shoot cadmium concentration

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About Winter Storm

Question Answer
What is winter storm? Winter storm including heavy snow, severe icing, blizzard, high wind, and wind chill.
Which phenomena have warning? All of it. Each weather have warning
In 1888, 50inches of snow accumulated in United States. What this blizzard dubbed? In 1888, 50inches of snow accumulated in United States. What this blizzard dubbed?
What are the three fronts? Cold front,Warms front,stationary front.
What do we need to prepare before a winter storm at your home and car? Disaster supplies
Why you need to keep your clothes dry? To prevent the loss of body heat
How winter storm formed? When mass of cold and dry air interacts with a mass of warm air
What do we call when mass of cold and dry air, and warm air meet fronts
How cold front formed? When cold air advances and pushes away the warm air.
What Nor'easter and Alberta clipper produce? Heavy storm
Nor'easter occur when moisture and cold air are____. Plentiful
Alberta clipper moving fast or slow? Fast

Revision on waste and the environment.

Question Answer
Where do non-recyclable materials go? To landfill sights.
Name 3 materials that are recyclable. Paper, glass, metal.
What are the 3 states of matter? Solid, liquid and gas.
What matter flows? Gas and liquids.
Which will take up the space of a container? Gas.
What is volume of an object? It is the space it takes up measured in centimeters cubed.
Which matter can be squashed and compressed? Gas.
Describe the particles of a solid. The particles are very close together and are fixed but it is still vibrating.
What is the name of the process of spreading of particles? Diffusion.
What is a vacuum? It is a space where there are no air particles which will cause a 'sucking' force.
What is air pressure? It is the pushing force created by air when it wants to escape from a container.
What makes landfills smell? The natural gas they give off.
How do the particles in gas move? They bounce around randomly.
How do the particles in liquid move? They are close together and can go past each other.
Can water be squashed? No, only gas can.

DO ME A SOLID

Question Answer
WHAT IS DNA? DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID IS AN ACID IN THE NUCLEUS OF A CELL THAT CODES & STORES GENETIC INFORMATION
WHAT IS A GENE? A SECTION OF DNA ON A CHROMOSOME THAT DIRECTS THE MAKING OF A SPECIFIC PROTEIN
WHAT IS A TRAIT? AN INHERITED CHARACTERISTIC EX: EYE COLOR, HAIR COLOR, HEIGHT, ECT.
WHAT IS HEREDITY PASSING OF TRAITS FROM PARENT TO OFFSPRING
WHO WAS GREGOR MENDEL? WAS THE FATHER OF GENETICS AND STUDIED PEA PLANTS
WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF ALLELES DOMINANT AND RECESSIVE
WHAT IS THE DOMINANT ALLELE A FORM IF ALLELE THAT SEEMS TO DOMINATE OR MASK ANOTHER FORM OF THE SAME ALLELE
WHAT IS THE RECESSIVE ALLELE? FORM OF ALLELE THAT APPEARS LESS OFTEN IN OFFSPRING
HOW DO YOU WRITE THE DOMINANT ALLELE YOU WRITE IT IN CAPITAL LETTERS EX AA
HOW DO YOU WRITE THE RECESSIVE ALLELE YOU WRITE IN IN LOWER CASE EX aa

Solids,Liquids and Gases

Question Answer
What are the states of matter? Solids,Liquids and Gases.
What are the properties of a solid? They do not flow. They keep their shape. They are often dense.
What are the properties of a liquid? They can flow. They take the shape of the container.
What are the properties of a gas? It spreads around the room. It moves to a place with low concentration of it. They aren't very dense.
Sand is a _____. Liquid.
If a sealed container with___ in it is exposed to ___ it will ______. Gas,Heat and Explode.
Solid _____ can be pushed. Particles.
Can a solid change it's shape? Not easily.
Do gases flow? Yes.
Can gases be shaped? No.
The spreading of particles is called ____. Diffusion.
Give 2 examples of diffusion. Tea and smell.
The cracks in landfills are caused by___. Gas.
______ if known as pressure. Pushing.
What is air pressure? It is air particles around us putting pressure on us.

vocabulary

Question Answer
tendons strands of tough connective tissues that connect your skeletal muscles to bones.
ligaments strong elastic bands of connective tissue that connect joints.
flexor a muscle that bends part of your body.
extensor a muscle that straightens part of your body.
melanin the chemical that determines your skin color.
emphysema a respiratory disease where the alveoli have been damaged.
gastric ulcer when the stomach acid eats through the stomach lining.
homeostatis the maintance of a stable internal environment.
epithelial tissue covers and protects underlying tissue.
nervous tissue sends electrical signals throught the body found in the brain, nerves, and sense organs.
muscle tissue made of cells that contract and relax to produce movement.
connective tissue joins, supports, protects, insulates, nourishes, and cushions organs. Keeps organs from falling apart.
epidermis the outermost layer of the skin.
dermis the layer below the epidermis
plasma fluid part of the blood.
antibodies chemicals that identify of destroy pathogens
hemoglobin oxygen carrying protein gives RBC's their red color.
antigens chemicals that are on the surface of your RBC's
alveoli the tiny air sacs of the lungs where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged
respiration the exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide between living cells and their environment
lymph nodes an organ that filters lymph and that is found along the lymphatic vessels
chyme a soupy mixture that is the product of the stomach
villi finger like projections that absorb nutrients
urea one of the most important substances removed by nephrons, which contains nitrogen and is formed when cells use protein for energy
enzymes substances that break some nutrients into smaller particles that the body can use
mechanical digestion the breaking, crushing, or mashing of food.
chemical digestion when large molecules are broken down into nutrients.
nephron the unit in the kidney that filters blood.
aerobic exercises moderately intense activities that can increase muscle strenghth but mostly strangthens the heart and increase indurance.
resistance exercises a way to strengthen skeletal muscles. people work against the resistance or weight of an object.
nutrient substances that provide the materials needed for life processes.

Brand, Generic, Class, Use

Brand Generic Class Use
BuSpar Buspirone Hydrochloride Antianxiety Treats short-term anxiety symptoms
Combivent Albuterol/ipratropium Antiasthmatic/bronchodialator Prevents bronchospasm in people with COPD
Januvia Sitagliptin phosphate Antidiabetic Treats type II diabetes mellitus
Boniva Ibandronate sodium osteoporosis agent bisphosphonates Prevents osteoporosis in postmenopausal women
Trinessa Norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol Oral Contraceptive Used in prevention of pregnancy, regulates the menstrual cycle, treats symptoms of menopause and severe acne
NuvaRing Etonogestrel and ethinyl estradiol (vaginal) Contraceptive Prevention in pregnancy
Cartia XT Diltiazem Antihypertensive calcium channel blocker Treats hypertension and angina
Adalat CC/Procardia XL Nifedipine Antihypertensive calcium channel blocker Treats hypertension and angina
Macrobide/ Macrodantin Nitrofurantoin Antibacterial miscellaneous antibiotic Prevents UTI
Duragesic Fentanyl (Transdermal) Narcotic analgesic Manage chronic pain

Science

Question Answer
A simple carbohydrate that tastes sweet and provides quick energy is… sugar
A carbohydrate made up of a chain of simple sugars which gives us energy is… starch
What provides us with important chemicals called nutients? food
What helps our bodies grow and repair themselves? protein
What is the nutrient that us used for padding, insulation, energy, and brain function? fat
What provides our bodies with the largest energy sources- sugars and starches? carbohydrates
What kind of carbohydrate is glucose? simple
What kind of carbohydrate is starch? complex
What kind of energy does starch give us? long term
What kind of energy does sugar give us? short term
What is the world's #1 source of starch? rice
Where can protein be found? animals and plants
Besides meat, name 2 good sources of protein: nuts, beans, eggs, milk, peas, cheese, tofu (soy)
Name 2 good things about fat. 1. cushions organs 2. brain development 3. energy 4. makes you feel full 5. insulation 6. protects bones 7. stores vitamins
Name 2 bad things about fat. 1. leads to obesity 2. increases the risk of heart disease 3. increase cholesterol
What is a calorie? measures units of energy in food