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  • Unit 6 Week 5 Hidden Worlds These are cells taken from inside your mouth when you swab your cheeks.
  • Specimens- items or parts typical of a whole group Bobby dropped all of the frog specimens on the floor. Luckily, we were still able to get our lab work done.
  • particles- small bits or pieces of an element You don’t want to touch or breathe in any particles of the element bromine. It’s a toxic element. What? You don’t know all of your elements? Ok, here’s a look on the next slide.
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  • dense- thick or packaged closely together The Bonnaroo crowd was too dense for me to get through!
  • inflate- to cause to swell by filling with air or gas The hot air will cause the balloon to inflate and rise.
  • anchored- held firmly in place Sally was so excited to get the boat anchored that she forgot to tie the rope to the anchor. The result was one irretrievable anchor.
  • hydrogen- a light gas that burns easily Hydrogen is in many things: water, fuel cells, balloons, and bombs.
  • scientific- having to do with science How many pieces of scientific equipment can you name? absorptiometer, accelerometer, acetimeter, acidimeter, actinograph, actinometer, aerometer, aethrioscope, alcoholometer, alcovinometer, algometer, alkalimeter, altimeter, ammeter, anemograph, anemometer, aerometer, arthroscope, atmometer, audiometer, auriscope, auxanometer, auxometer, There are around 400 different instruments. Here are some beginning with the letter, “a”.
  • companion- a person or animal who keeps somebody company Chico the dog has been a good companion for many years, but nowadays he worries too much about his hair loss.
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means very thick? dense
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means started in motion? launched
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means having to do with science? scientific
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means tiny bits of something? particles
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means a light gas that burns easily? hydrogen
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means someone that keeps you company? companion
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means to cause to swell by filling with air or gas? inflate
  • Quiz Time! launched, particles, dense, inflate, anchored, hydrogen, scientific, companion Which word means held firmly in place? anchored