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Name: _____________________________________________ Pd: _______ Date: _______________
5. Fill out the following chart about hypotheses of origins of life.
Hypothesis
Hydrothermal vents
Description
Panspermia
Primordial soup
Spontaneous
Generation
6. How do the competing hypotheses of the origin of life on Earth demonstrates the scientific process?
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Atoms
Essential questions
1. What does the atomic theory state?
2. What fundamental forces are at work inside the atom?
3. List and describe the four states of matter.
4. Where would you expect to find each state of matter in/on our planet? The universe?
Key vocabulary
Atom
Electron
Gravitaitonal force
Weak Nuclear force
Gas
Proton
Matter
Electromagnetic force
Solid
Plasma
Neutron
Mass
Strong Nuclear force
Liquid
Practice
1. Fill in the table describing the structure of an atom.
Name of Particle
Charge
Mass
Location within Atom
Proton
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