Indiana Integrated Chemistry and Physics Practice

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Motion and Energy of Macroscopic Objects20%
Mechanical Energy and Propagation of Energy by Waves10%
Properties of Matter: Macroscopic as a model for Microscopic10%
Energy Transport10%
Chemical Energy, Reactions, and Bonding20%
Electrical Energy Propagation and Magnetism10%
Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion10%
Society: Energy production, environment, economics10%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 370

Test Standards

Motion and Energy of Macroscopic Objects
1. (ICP.1.1)  Measure The Motion Of Objects.
2. (ICP.1.2.)  Newton's Laws Of Motion
3. (ICP.1.3)  Law Of Gravitation And Motion
4. (ICP.1.4.)  Kinetic And Potential Energies
Mechanical Energy and Propagation of Energy by Waves
1. (ICP.2.1)  Use Newton's Laws To Understand The Motion Of Vibrations.
2. (ICP.2.2.)  Properties Of Waves
3. (ICP.2.3.)  Describe How Energy Is Propagated By Waves.
4. (ICP.2.4.)  Wave Phenomena
Properties of Matter: Macroscopic as a model for Microscopic
1. (ICP.3.1.)  Macroscopic Properties Explain Microscopic Processes.
2. (ICP.3.2.)  Change Of State And The Characteristics Of Solids, Liquids, And Gases.
3. (ICP.3.3.)  Understand How Thermal Energy Is Related To The Macroscopic Concept Of Temperature.
4. (ICP.3.4.)  Understand How The Kinetic Moelcular Theory Expalins The Behavior Of Gases.
Energy Transport
1. (ICP.4.1.)  Conservation Of Energy And Endo/exothermic Reactions
2. (ICP.4.2.)  Transfer Of Heat Energy
3. (ICP.4.3.)  Electrons And The Absorption And Release Of Energy
4. (ICP4.4.)  Electromagnetic Wave Energies
5. (ICP.4.5.)  Visible Light
Chemical Energy, Reactions, and Bonding
1. (ICP.5.1.)  Physical Properties Of Matter
2. (ICP.5.2.)  Periodic Table And Periodic Trends
3. (ICP.5.3.)  Atomic Number Of Elements
4. (ICP.5.4)  The Mole Concept And Pure Substances
5. (ICP.5.5.)  Write And Balance Chemical Equations
6. (ICP.5.6.)  Chemical Compounds And Chemical Reactions
7. (ICP.5.7.)  Exothermic Reactions And Energy Transformations
Electrical Energy Propagation and Magnetism
1. (ICP.6.1.)  Net Charge And Electrical Force
2. (ICP.6.2.)  Transfer Of Charge And The Princiipal Of Conservation Of Charge
3. (ICP.6.3.)  Chemical Reactions And Electrical Charge
4. (ICP.6.4.)  Electrical Circuits And Ohms Law
5. (ICP.6.5.)  Series Versus Parallel Circuits
6. (ICP.6.6.)  Magnetism And Magnetic Force
7. (ICP.6.7.)  Electrical Energy And Its Transformations
Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion
1. (ICP.7.1.)  Historical Models Of The Atom And Nucleus
2. (ICP.7.2.)  Atomic Structure And Subatomic Particles
3. (ICP.7.3.)  Stability Of The Nucleus
4. (ICP.7.4.)  The Process Of Nuclear Fission
5. (ICP.7.5.)  The Process Of Nuclear Fusion
6. (ICP.7.6.)  The Sun And Nuclear Fusion
7. (ICP.7.7.)  Emissions From Radioactive Decay
8. (ICP.7.8.)  Nuclear Fission And Its Applications
Society: Energy production, environment, economics
1. (ICP.8.1.)  Energy Needs Throughout History
2. (ICP.8.2.)  Benefits And Risks Of Nonrenewable Energy Resources
3. (ICP.8.3.)  Benefits And Risks Of Renewable Energy Resources
4. (ICP.8.4.)  Efficient Use Of Energy Resources
5. (ICP.8.5.)  Availability Of Energy Resources And The Economy Of A Society
6. (ICP.8.6.)  Nations And Their Dependence On Energy And Natural Resources
7. (ICP.8.7.)  Rural Versus Urban Energy Needs