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Final Exam Review

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4.the skaking of earths crust caused by a release of energy
6.the horizontal rows on the periodic table are organized into these
8.the point on the fault plane at which the first earthquake movment occurs
9.the subatomic particle that is actively involved in bonding
13.the top of a wave
16.the tendancy of a surface to be a good or poor reflector of light
18.the point on the earths surface directly above the focus
20.elements that are manufactured in the laboratory are called
21.another name for an igneous intrusion
22.the first person to successfully use a telescope
24.a chemical reaction that absorbs energy
26.a ___ is what an era in geologic time is divided into
30.a large grouping of billions of stars clustered together
32.the place where over 50% of earth's volcanoes are locates
33.the bottom of the wave
34.the smallest unit of geologic time
37.the distance from the top of one wave to the top of the next wave
42.___ boundaries are moving away from each other
44.NaCl is an example of this type of bond
46.pieces of lithosphere that move around on top of the asthenosphere
47.the sudden brightening of a white dwarf
49.___ boundaries are moving towards each other
51.a metal that can be hammered out or rolled into thin sheets
52.the law of ___ states that the oldest rocks are on the bottom and the youngest rocks are at the top
53.the supercontinent that means "all earth"
54.this person is credited for developing the first periodic table
55.s-waves can only travel through this
1.the bending of a wave as it passes from one medium to another
2.a single back and forth motion of a wave
3.a crack in the earth's crust
5.all of earths weather occurs in this layer of the atmosphere
7.a metal that can be pulled through a wire is
10.the crust and upper mantle make up this
11.when the angle of reflection = the angle of incidence it is called the law of ____
12.this group of elements occupies the upper right corner of the periodic table
14.the milky way is this type of galaxy
15.any evidence of earlier life
17.the study of the universe
19.how long does it take the earth to make one complete rotation on its axis
23.HCl is an example of this type of bond
25.the bending of a wave as it passes around an obstacle
27.the average weather over a long period of time
28.the size of the waves disturbance
29.the number of seismograph stations needed to determine the epicenter of an earthquake
31.the distance light travels in one year
34.a chemical reaction that releases energy
35.the theory that suggests all matter that exists today was concentrated in a small object then exploded
36.___ rays have the highest frequency on the EMS
38.the exact age of a fossil
39.an element with properties of both metals and nonmentals
40.an attractive force that holds atoms together
41.the end result in a chemical reaction
43.an opening in the earth's crust through which an eruption takes place
45.the substance that participates in the chemical reaction
48.the time it takes for earth to make one revolution around the sun
50.the vertical columns on the periodic table are organized into these

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