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Amber

What is the name of fossilized resin from prohistoric pines?

Ans: AMBER

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  • The science of heredityGenetics
  • The science of soundAcoustics
  • The science of lightOptics
  • The science of heat and energy transferThermodynamics
  • The science of agriculture Agronomy
  • The science of projectiles Ballistics
  • The science of crime prevention and punishment Penology
  • The science of tree ring datingDendrochronology
  • Ancient science of changing metal into other metals Alchemy
  • The study of rocksPetrology
  • The study of manAnthropology
  • The study of fossils Paleontology
  • The study of the pastArchaeology
  • Ionic or covalent bonds join theseAtoms
  • Negatively charged atomic particleElectron
  • Center of an atomNucleus
  • Positively charged particle in the nucleus Proton
  • Neutral particle in an atom’s nucleus Neutron
  • General term for subatomic particlesQuarks
  • Particle or packet of lightPhoton
  • Electron is this type of particleLepton
  • Quark that holds nucleus of an atom together Gluon
  • The act of splitting atoms Fission
  • The act of joining atoms togetherFusion
  • The three states of matterSolid, liquid, gas
  • The fourth state of matterPlasma
  • Term for time it takes radioactivity to decrease by 50% Half life
  • Least amount of material needed for a nuclear reaction Critical mass
  • Scientific name for laughing gasNitrous oxide
  • LOXLiquid oxygen
  • Bitter almond smelling gas (Hydrogen) cyanide
  • NH3 Ammonia
  • CO Carbon monoxide
  • CO2 Carbon dioxide
  • CH4ethane
  • H2SO4 Sulfuric acid
  • HCl, found in the human stomach Hydrochloric acid
  • NACL Salt
  • Tri-atomic oxygenzone (O3)
  • Solid carbon dioxide Dry ice
  • The four forces of natureElectromagnetic force
  • The four forces of natureWeak nuclear force
  • The four forces of natureStrong nuclear force
  • The four forces of natureGravity
  • Theory seeking to unite the four forces of natureUnified field theory
  • Force applied to a body to maintain a circular orbitCentripetal force
  • Equal and opposite force of centripetal forceCentrifugal force
  • Force that resists motionrag
  • Force that resists a change in motionInertia
  • Energy of an object due to its motionKinetic energy
  • Acid made from oak bark Tannic acid
  • Acidic level “factor”ph factor
  • It turns red in acid and blue in alkaline Litmus paper
  • Citric acid “cycle”Krebs cycle
  • -273.16° Centigrade, -459.69° FahrenheitAbsolute zero
  • Fahrenheit heat unit BTU
  • Celsius heat unit Calorie
  • Broadest measure of living thingsKingdom
  • Poikilothermic animal Cold blooded
  • Mutually beneficial relationship between two animals Symbiosis
  • What oviparous animals doLay eggs
  • Organisms that combine algae and fungiLichens
  • Amoeba-like single celled organismsprotozoans
  • Fossilized resin from prehistoric pines Amber
  • The period between ice agesInterglacial
  • Hygrometer measures this(Relative) humidity
  • Wind velocity scaleBeaufort Scale
  • Term for wind speed above 74 miles per hour Hurricane
  • Atmospheric layer 7 to 30 miles upStratosphere
  • Clouds formed by convection Cumulus
  • Rainy thunder head cloud type Cumulo-nimbus
  • Clouds composed of ice crystalsCirrus
  • Low-lying cloudsstratus
  • Fast tropospheric windsjet stream
  • Lakes at high altitudeSeamount
  • Term for water circling around a drain Coriolis effect
  • The first plastic developedcelluloid
  • 3-D imaging processHolography
  • Term for a mineral that glows under an ultra-violet lightFluorescence
  • Wavelength just longer than visible lightInfrared
  • Wavelength just shorter than visible lightUltraviolet
  • Wavelength just shorter than ultravioletX-rays (Röntgen radiation)
  • Wavelength just shorter than X-raysGamma Rays
  • Term for the “skin” on surface of water Surface tension
  • Geologic epoch when man developed Pleistocene
  • Effect of Solar wind colliding with Earth’s magnetic field Northern and southern lights
  • Scientific name for northern lightsAurora Borealis
  • Scientific name for southern lightsAurora Australis
  • Lowest ignition point of a vaporFlash point
  • Hydrogen isotope with atomic weight of twoDeuterium
  • Hydrogen isotope with atomic weight of threeTritium
  • Materials made from two or more metalsAlloys
  • Copper and zinc alloyBrass
  • Copper and tin alloyBronze
  • Copper and silver alloy sterling silver
  • Silver and tin alloyPewter

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