Biology Fall Final Study Guide

Please also review the posts that are listed in slide 3 of this presentation.

Integrated Science 2: Chapter 2 Quiz: Cells

Here’s a simple 1 question quiz you can take and I can confirm that I can see your score.

Sample Quiz 1

Sample Quiz Template

Integrated Science 2: Chapter 2 Quiz: Cells

This quiz covers Chapter 2 in the Integrated Science textbook: Cells

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Physical Science Unit 8: Part 3 – Global Warming

Global Warming Presentation form Physical Science Curricula

Arctic Sea Ice and Polar Bears

Arctic Sea Ice yearly Melting

Sir David Attenborough – Global Temperature vs. time

Antarctic Iceberg

Specific Heat Capacity

First some confusing vocabulary – this is Chemistry after all…..

Specific Heat Capacity ‘C’ relates the amount of heat (energy or work) needed to raise a sample of some material 1 degree C.
Think of Specific Heat Capacity as the sample’s capacity to absorb heat, so the formula should include the amount of material in the sample, ie its mass.

Q = m  C  ΔT

Q: heat absorbed by the sample
m: mass of the sample
C: heat capacity of the sample material
Δ: change or difference of…
T: temperature
The units of C is
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Specific heat or specific heat capacity ‘s’ is the heat capacity, which is independent of the amount of substances. It can be defined as the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance by one degree Celsius (or one Kelvin) at a constant pressure. The specific heat of water is 4.18 joules/(gram degree C).

Q =

Physical Science Unit 8: Part 2 – Applications of Heat

Conduction – Convection and Radiation —-
which is which?

Calorimetry

Physics Unit 15: Electrostatics – Overview

Unit 15: Electric Charges – Weeks 9-10
Standard: 5 j*, k*, l*, m*

Electric Charges
Who was Coulomb? (Coulomb’s Law)
Electric Charge, Fields and Force
Electric Potential and Work
The electrostatic mass filter
Van DeGraff Generators
Doctor Frankenstein, grave robbers and the myth of the Reanimators
Continue reading Physics Unit 15: Electrostatics – Overview

Refraction

In this post, I included the lecture notes for a development of Snell’s Law (1621) using a Huygen’s Wavelet construction (c. 1670). Special case: Total Internal Reflection leads to a 10 minute mini lecture on optical fibres, T1 cables, repeaters and IR wavelength demultiplexing. Continue reading Refraction

Newton’s Laws

What you need to know:
Newton proposed 3 “Laws”
1] Inertia: An object at rest tends to remain at rest unless acted on by an eternal force. An object in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted on by an external force.
2] Force and Mass: Remember the equation F = ma where F is the force {in units of Newtons – what else could it be?}, a is acceleration and m is an experimentally determined constant of proportionality for an object. m is called the mass.
3] Law of reaction: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Easy to remember examples:
1] A body in motion, stays in motion…
2] Here’s a joke: A Physicist walks into a bar, and he says…….. “F = ma”
that’s it, pretty funny eh?
3] Push someone and they’ll push back.

Forces: Hook’s Law

Hook’s Law simulator

$Latex formula$
y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}

y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}

y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}

y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}

y=\frac{x^2}{2\pi \sqrt{10^{\frac{1}{2}}}}

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Physical Science Q1 Quarterfinal – Study Guide

Physical Science Q1 Quarterfinal – Study Guide

Topics covered:

Sig Figs, Scientific Notation,
Lab Safety
Organization of the Periodic Table – block out which area of the periodic table contains alkali metals ….. noble gasses, and everything in between
History of the Atom, Democritus – atom, Thomson – Plum Pudding, Rutherford – nucleus
Atomic Orbitals (shapes of orbitals)
Atomic Orbitals (orbital filling diagram – Aufbrau Energy Level Diagram), electron configuration
Understanding Isotopes
Calculating average atomic weight from isotope weight and isotope abundances.
States of matter
Naming chemical compounds
Writing chemical formulas given the name of the compound

Chemistry Unit 1 Practice Test

Chemistry Unit 1 Practice Test

This practice test is preparation for the Unit 1 Common Assessment

Topics covered:

Models of the atom (Bohr, Rutherford)

Electronic structure of the atom, atomic emission spectra (flame test spectroscopy / gas discharge tube spectra)

The nucleus: neutrons, protons

Isotopes

Nuclear Chemistry: Why nuclei decay, decay modes – alpha, beta, gamma, half lives

Now that you’ve done the practice test, try another version. Note some of the questions are the same as in the previous quiz but several new questions have been added.

Chemistry Semester 1 Question Bank

This quiz is the Chemistry semester 1 question bank.
This quiz bank is also used for Physical Science Semester 1

Physics Secrets eBook

Physics Secrets

The book has been developed for students of 15 years of age and above. Physics Secrets is ideal for helping both English speaking students and ESL students. It has been written for students studying physics at School or students studying science at University. I believe it will greatly assist you with the course you are doing.

There is a large amount of material out there that has merit but I believe that Physics Secrets will make it easier for you to understand and recall the subject quickly, as the book gives you an immediate understanding of the fundamentals.

Physics has a language and once you have an understanding of the language you will achieve much better results. The book’s unique approach explains the language and gives you mental images that are easy to remember.