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1.Four Characteristics of Life 1. organisms 2. organ systems 3. organs 4. tissues 2.Organisms Classified from Domain to Atom 1. Domain 2. Kindom 3. Phylum 4. Class 5. Order 6. Family 7. Genus 8. Species 9. Atom 3.Inductive Logic Vs. Deductive Logic Deductive logic normally has proof and everyone looks at it as the truth compared to inductive logic lacks proof or truth. 4.Biosphere The zone of air, land, and water at the surface of the Earth where living organisms are found Population All the members of a species within a particular area Community All the different populations in the same area Ecosystem How community interact with the physical environment 5.Matter Anything that takes up space and have mass Molecule Form when two or more elements bond together Compound Form when two or more different elements bond together 6.Types of Chemical Bonds 1. Ionic Bond form when electrons are transferred from one atom to another. Ionic compounds are held together by an attraction between opposite charge ions 2. Covalent Bond form when atoms share electrons in such a way that each atom has an octet of electrons in the outer orbital . After sharing electrons each atom has a completed outer orbital. 3. Polar Bond the sharing between two atoms is unequal, the covalent bond is described as polar. 4. Hydrogen Bond Polarity within a water molecule causes the hydrogen atoms in one molecule to be attracted to the oxygen atoms in other water molecule. Bond is weak individually. 7.Subatomic Parts of an Atom 1. Protons has a positive charge 2. Neutrons has no charge 3. Electrons has a negative charge
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