ISBN-10:
0028275675
ISBN-13:
9780028275673
Pub. Date:
01/28/1998
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Glencoe Physical Science / Edition 1

Glencoe Physical Science / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780028275673
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 01/28/1998
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 806
Product dimensions: 8.72(w) x 11.08(h) x 1.31(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 Physical Science Basics 2(58)
The Nature of Science
4(28)
Science Is Everywhere
6(4)
Finding Out
10(8)
Science and Society---Technology: Getting Real with Special Effects
18(2)
Exploring Science
20(12)
Activity 1-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Identifying and Controlling Variables
26(6)
Physical Science Methods
32(28)
Standards of Measurement
34(4)
Activity 2-1/Metric Munchies
37(1)
Using SI Units
38(10)
Activity 2-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Setting High Standards... for Measurement
46(2)
Graphing
48(4)
Science and Society---Issue: SI for All?
52(8)
Unit 1 Project Think Like a Scientist
58(2)
UNIT 2 Energy and Motion 60(150)
Exploring Motion and Forces
62(30)
Motion and Speed
64(8)
Activity 3-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Design a Slow Flyer
70(2)
Velocity and Acceleration
72(4)
Science & Society---Issue: A Crash Course in Safety
76(2)
Connecting Motion with Forces
78(5)
Gravity---A Familiar Force
83(9)
Activity 3-2/Balancing Forces Against Gravity
87(5)
Acceleration and Momentum
92(30)
Accelerated Motion
94(6)
Projectile and Circular Motion
100(8)
Activity 4-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Ready...Set...Accelerate!
106(2)
Science and Society---Technology: Spending Up Satellites
108(2)
Action and Reaction
110(12)
Activity 4-2/A Massive Problem
117(5)
Energy
122(28)
Energy and Work
124(10)
Activity 5-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Swinging Energy
132(2)
Temperature and Heat
134(4)
Science and Society---Issue: Thermal Pollution: Waste You Can't See
138(3)
Measuring Thermal Energy
141(9)
Activity 5-2/A Hot Topic
145(5)
Using Thermal Energy
150(28)
Thermal Energy on the Move
152(10)
Activity 6-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Creating Convection Currents
160(2)
Using Heat to Stay Warm
162(4)
Using Heat To Do Work
166(6)
Activity 6-2/The Four-Stroke Engine
171(1)
Science and Society---Technology: Energy from the Oceans
172(6)
Machines---Making Work Easier
178(32)
Why We Use Machines
180(6)
Activity 7-1//Design Your Own Experiment: Access for Everyone
184(2)
The Simple Machines
186(10)
Activity 7-2/Levers
195(1)
Science and Society---Technology: Mending with Machines
196(2)
Using Machines
198(12)
Unit 2 Project Physics in Sports
208(2)
UNIT 3 The Nature of Matter 210(116)
Solids, Liquids, and Gases
212(32)
Matter and Temperature
214(8)
Activity 8-1/Properties of Liquids
221(1)
Science and Society---Issue: Fresh Water---Will there be enough?
222(2)
Changes in State
224(4)
Behavior of Gases
228(6)
Activity 8-2/Design Your Own Experiment: More Than Just Hot Air
232(2)
Uses of Fluids
234(10)
Classification of Matter
244(24)
Composition of Matter
246(6)
Activity 9-1/Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
251(1)
Science and Society---Technology: The Colloid Connection
252(2)
Describing Matter
254(14)
Activity 9-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Checking Out Chemical Changes
262(6)
Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table
268(28)
Structure of the Atom
270(6)
Activity 10-1/Models of Atomic Structure
275(1)
Science and Society---Technology: Smaller Particles of Matter
276(2)
Masses of Atoms
278(6)
Activity 10-2//Design Your Own Experiment: Candy-Covered Isotopes
282(2)
The Periodic Table
284(12)
Chemical Bonds
296(30)
Why Atoms Combine
298(6)
Activity 11-1/Eggshell Electrons
303(1)
Kinds of Chemical Bonds
304(8)
Activity 11-2//Design Your Own Experiment: Become a Bond Breaker
310(2)
Science and Society---Issue: Chemical Risks in the Home
312(2)
Formulas and Names of Compounds
314(12)
Unit 3 Project A View of the Atom
324(2)
UNIT 4 Kinds of Substances 326(86)
Elements and Their Properties
328(30)
Metals
330(8)
Science and Society---Technology: New Elements, New Properties
338(2)
Nonmetals
340(6)
Activity 12-1/What type is it?
345(1)
Mixed Groups
346(12)
Activity 12-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Slippery Carbon
352(6)
Organic and Biological Compounds
358(28)
Simple Organic Compounds
360(6)
Other Organic Compounds
366(4)
Science and Society---Issue: Growing Energy on the Farm
370(3)
Activity 13-1/Alcohols and Organic Acids
372(1)
Biological Compounds
373(13)
Activity 13-2//Design Your Own Experiment: Mixing Many Monomers
380(6)
Useful Materials
386(26)
Materials with a Past
388(8)
Activity 14-1/Preparing an Alloy
395(1)
New Materials
396(8)
Activity 14-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Compose Your Own Composite
402(2)
Science and Society---Issue: Record Breaking with Sports Technology
404(8)
Unit 4 Project Plastic Polymers
410(2)
UNIT 5 Interactions of Matter 412(82)
Solutions
414(26)
How Solutions Form
416(6)
Science and Society---Issue: Regulating Organic Solvents
422(2)
Solubility and Concentration
424(8)
Activity 15-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Saturation Situation
430(2)
Particles in Solution
432(8)
Activity 15-2/Boiling Points of Solutions
436(4)
Chemical Reactions
440(24)
Chemical Changes in Matter
442(4)
Science and Society---Issue: Chemical Reactions---Up in the Air
446(2)
Chemical Equations
448(3)
Types of Chemical Reactions
451(5)
Activity 16-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Metal Activity
454(2)
Energy and Chemical Reactions
456(8)
Activity 16-2/Catalyzed Reaction
459(5)
Acids, Bases, and Salts
464(30)
Acids and Bases
466(8)
Strength of Acids and Bases
474(4)
Activity 17-1/Strong and Weak Acids
477(1)
Science and Society---Issue: Acid Rain
478(2)
Acids, Bases, and Salts
480(14)
Activity 17-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Be a Soda Scientist
486(6)
Unit 5 Project Enzymes: Your Body's Catalysts
492(2)
UNIT 6 Waves, Light, and Sound 494(94)
Waves and Sound
496(30)
Characteristics of Waves
498(7)
Activity 18-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Making Waves
502(3)
The Nature of Sound
505(9)
Activity 18-2/Frequency of Sound Waves
513(1)
Science and Society---Technology: Using Sound Advice in Medicine
514(2)
Music to Your Ears
516(10)
Light
526(30)
Electromagnetic Radiation
528(8)
Light and Color
536(8)
Activity 19-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Spectrum Inspection
542(2)
Science and Society---Technology: Battle of the Bulbs
544(2)
Wave Properties of Light
546(10)
Activity 19-2/Make a Light Bender
551(5)
Mirrors and Lenses
556(32)
The Optics of Mirrors
558(6)
Activity 20-1/Reflections of Reflections
563(1)
The Optics of Lenses
564(4)
Optical Instruments
568(4)
Science and Society---Technology: The Hubble Space Telescope
572(2)
Applications of Light
574(14)
Activity 20-2/Design Your Own Experiment: What's behind those shades?
580(6)
Unit 6 Project Vision: More Than Meets the Eye
586(2)
UNIT 7 Electricity and Energy Resources 588(166)
Electricity
590(32)
Electric Charge
592(6)
Science and Society---Issue: To Burn or Not
598(2)
Electric Current
600(8)
Activity 21-1/Modeling Ohm's Law
607(1)
Electrical Circuits
608(6)
Activity 21-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Comparing Electric Circuits
612(2)
Electrical Power and Energy
614(8)
Magnetism and Its Uses
622(24)
Characteristics of Magnets
624(4)
Uses of Magnetic Fields
628(5)
Activity 22-1/Electricity and Magnetism
632(1)
Producingg Electric Current
633(7)
Activity 22-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Trying Transformers
638(2)
Science and Society---Technology: Superconductivity
640(6)
Electronics and Computers
646(26)
Semiconductor Devices
648(6)
Activity 23-1/Semiconductors
650(4)
Radio and Television
654(4)
Microcomputers
658(8)
Activity 23-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Magnetic Messages
664(2)
Science and Society---Technology: Computer Crimes
666(6)
Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions
672(26)
Radioactivity
674(5)
Nuclear Decay
679(7)
Activity 24-1/Design Your Own Experiment: Investigating Half-Life
684(2)
Detecting Radioactivity
686(3)
Nuclear Reactions
689(3)
Science and Society---Technology: Using Nuclear Reactions in Medicine
692(6)
Activity 24-2/Figuring Out Fusion
694(4)
Energy Sources
698(56)
Fossil Fuels
700(4)
Nuclear Energy
704(6)
Activity 25-1/Nuclear Waste Disposal
709(1)
Science and Society---Issue: Nuclear Waste and NIMBY
710(2)
Alternative Energy Sources
712(15)
Activity 25-2/Design Your Own Experiment: Energy Alternatives---A Local Plan
718(6)
Unit 7 Project Researching Via the Internet
724(3)
Appendices
Appendix A SI Units of Measurement
727(3)
Appendix B Safety in the Classroom
730(2)
Appendix C Periodic Table of The Elements
732(3)
Skill Handbook
Organizing Information
735(7)
Thinking Critically
742(2)
Practicing Scientific Processes
744(4)
Representing and Applying Data
748(6)
Glossary 754(14)
Spanish Glossary 768(18)
Index 786

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