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HEAT, LIGHT, SOUND SCIENCE LANGUAGE AND VOCABULARY
ANGLE OF INCIDENCE The angle at which light strikes a surface
ANGLE OF REFLECTION The angle at which light bounces off a surface
ABSORPTION Taking in or swallowing up energy
CONDUCTION Heat transfer through a substance, or from a substance, to another substance through direct contact
CONDUCTOR A substance that allows heat, electricity, or sound to travel through it
CONVECTION Heat transfer in liquids and gases as molecules circulate in currents
MEDIUM Any substance through which a wave is transmitted
PITCH How high or low a musical note sounds
PRISM A clear glass or plastic shape that breaks light into the color spectrum
RADIATION Heat transfer through space in the form of waves
REFLECTION When rays of light or heat are reflected, or bounce off other objects
REFRACTION When light goes from one medium to another medium (air to water) and is bent
SPECTRUM The colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, arranged in the order of their wavelengths and seen when white light passes through a prism
VIBRATION A rapid back and forth movement
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Light 1. What thing reflects the most light?. A Mirror.
Physical Science: Optics Outcome C1. Properties of waves –Light is a type of electromagnetic energy which travels in a wave at the speed of 300, 000 km/s.
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Light Wave Behaviors and Properties Chart (pg. 76)
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