We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byLillian Capshaw
Modified over 4 years ago
Acrid: Sharp or bitter tasting or smelling Acid: A compound usually having a sour taste
Amble: to go at a slow or easy pace; to stroll, or saunter Ambulatory: of or pertaining to walking; adapted for walking
Aquarium: a glass-sided tank, bowl, or the like, in which fish or other living aquatic animals or plants are kept.which Aquatic: of, in or pertaining to water
Precede: to go before, as in place, order, rank, importance, or time. Exceed: to go beyond in quantity, degree, rate, etc
Biology: The study of life Biography: A story written about a person’s life and experiences
1. Connect 2. Analyze 3. Consider 4. Perform 5. Appropriate
Ac, acr = sharp Words ACRIMONIOUS – bitter ACERBITY – bitterness of temper ACRID – unpleasantly strong or bitter in smell or taste.
WATER AND THE FITNESS OF THE ENVIRONMENT. YOU MUST KNOW… THE IMPORTANCE OF HYDROGEN BONDING TO THE PROPERTIES OF WATER FOUR UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF WATER,
Vocabulary Race Reading and Writing Lets go!. Definition: when chemically combined with water, they form new chemicals called acids. For example, lemon.
What is air pollution??? Air pollution is the introduction into the atmosphere of chemicals, particulates, or biological materials that cause discomfort,
Chapter Nineteen: Solutions
pH pH scale- measure of H+ ions (acidity); “power of hydrogen” #10.
Jedi, Claire, Warren, Erin, Jesse. Why is pH important to monitor in water systems? Ph is a scale that measures the acidity or alkalinity of a substance.
Matter – Properties & Changes
Environmental Resources Unit C Animal Wildlife Management.
Health of water determined by the balance between physical, chemical and biological variables. Physical variables=temperature, turbidity, and water movement.
1. ac (acr) sharp, bitter l acid: related to being bitter l acrid: relating to a bitter taste l acerbate: an annoy in a sharp way.
DESCRIPTION THE FIVE SENSES By Kirk Kalloo. We experience our world through our five senses They are: SIGHT HEARING SMELL TASTE TOUCH.
Acids and Bases. Properties of Acids: Properties of ACIDS: 1. tastes sour.
Standard 5.a- Students know the observable properties of acids, bases, and salt solutions. 2/22/12.
No Metal Standard diffuse light Salt mixtures Higher than 85 degrees.
The chemical of life. Acids Sour taste, leaves burning sensation Increase hydrogen ions (H+) in solution.
PH Scale. Acids and bases Acids and bases are of enormous importance in general chemistry, since they provide an effective way of understanding the properties.
BY:ZACHARY. * a branch of marine science involving the study of animals and plants that live in the ocean and the shoreline and how they interact with.
BOTTLE NO-NOs No Mammals! No Poisonous Insects (no, you can’t take the tail off of a scorpion!)! No Large Reptiles/ Amphibians! No Birds! No Glass Containers!
Nature’s Microworlds. The Sunlit Zone The sunlight zone contains most of the oceans' plant and animal life. Here you can find a wide variety of plants.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.