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Physical Science - Test6

Darwin's "bulldog"
Related the force needed to deform a solid to the amount of deformation
An atom that has a charge
Weak force found between all molecules
Transfer of heat through fluid
Inventor of the telegraph
Positive subatomic particle
Most important component of a heat pump
Mass per unit of volume
Discovered that buoyant force experienced by an object is exactly equal to the weight of the fluid displaced
Certain group of molecules containing "blueprints" to guide construction of living things
Random change in DNA
A column on the periodic table
A mixture containing clumps
A row on the periodic table
Wrote "The New Geology"
Term used in thermodynamics for portion of universe being studied
Deformation caused by stretching and compressing
Substances composed of different types of atoms bonded together
Belief that the universe and life formed by gradual processes
"bulldog" for Creation Science
SI unit of length
Wrote "Principles of Geology"
Belief that natural processes have always occurred in the same manner and at the same rate as they do now
A substance composed of a single type of atom
Solid --> liquid
SI unit of mass
"blueprint" of all living things
A mixture in which the substances in the mixture distinct from one another
Evolutionists who sough to prove chemical evolution through experimentation
Energy carrier of the cell
An atom that has lost an electron
Organic molecule used to build and maintain living cells
Main source of energy in all living things
Process of copying DNA
Substance that form plant walls
Subatomic particle with no charge
Combination of Darwinism and genetics
Law that states when TEMPERATURE is constant, pressure and volume of a gas are inversely proportional
State of matter that exists at really high temps
2nd law of thermodynamics states that all natural processes tend towards greater
Type of radioactive decay that releases energy without changing # of protons or neutrons
Term used for transfer of thermal energy