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Vocabulary


Water Planet Vocabulary


Air
Earth
Jupiter
Saturated
Water molecule
Asteroid
Elevation
Kuiper Belt
Saturn
Water vapor
Astronomy
Energy transfer
Liquid
Severe weather
Weather
Atmosphere
Evaporate
Mars
Sleet
Weather forecast
Atmospheric pressure
Evaporation
Mass
Snow
Weather map
Atom
Extraterrestrial
Mercury
Solar energy
Weather variable
Blizzard
Fog
Meteorologist
Solar system
Wind
Bob
Forecasting
Milky Way
Solar wind
X-axis
Chemical property
Freezing point
Moon
Stationary front
Y-axis
Cloud
Fresh water
Neptune
Sun
Cold front
Front
Orbit
Surface area
Comet
Frost
Pendulum
Surface water
Condensation
Gas
Period
Star
Conserve
Gas giant
Planet
Terrestrial planet
Controlled experiment
Glacier
Pluto
Thermonuclear reactions
Controlled variable
Gravitational attraction
Precipitation
Thunderstorm
Convection current
Gravity
Predict
Tornado
Crater
Hail
Predictable
Two-coordinate graph
Cycle
Helium
Radiosonde
Uneven heating
Data
Humidity
Rain
Uranus
Dependent variable
Hurricane
Recycle
Variable
Dew
Hydrogen
Reflected
Venus
Diameter
Independent variable
Salt water
Warm front
Drought
Intensity
Satellite
Water cycle




Spelling City Version of Words
In the course of the investigations, students are encouraged to learn and use the following vocabulary:
Alloy
Global warming
Protein
Atom
Greenhouse gas
Proton
Atomic number
Insoluble
Radiation
Bends
Lipid
Radioactivity
Caisson
Liquid
Reactant
Carbohydrate
Mantle
Room temperature
Carbon-14 dating
Mass
Salt
Carbon dioxide gas
Matter
Saturated
Chemical equation
Metal
Scanning tunneling microscope (STM)
Chemical formula
Mixture
Solid
Chemical reaction
Molecule
Solubility
Chemical property
Neutron
Soluble
Compound
Nitrogen
Solute
Crust
Noble gas
Solution
Crystal
Nucleus
Solvent
Cyclotron
Octane
Supersaturated solution
Decompression
Ore
Transparent
Diatomaceous earth
Oxidize
Voltaic pile
Dissolve
Particle
Volume
Electron
Periodic table of the elements
Well-ordered array
Element
Physical property
Evaporation
Potash
Gas
Predict
Gaseous
Product