Physical Science Georgia Standards of Excellence Content Material

  • a. Atoms, Ions, & Isotopes
  • b. Element trends & Properties
  • c. Periodic Table
  • a. Ionic & Covalent Bonds
  • b. Stable binary ionic compounds
  • c. Chemical names & chemical formulas
  • a. Conservation of Mass in Chemical Reactions
  • b. Balancing chemical equations
  • a. Fission & Fusion
  • b. Half-life & Radioactive Decay
  • c. Advantages & Disadvantages of Nuclear Energy
  • a. States of Matter
  • b. Gas Laws
  • a. Properties of solutions
  • b. Solutes & solubility
  • c. Solubility curves
  • d. Acids & bases
  • e. Household substances acids or bases
  • a. Energy transformations
  • b. Conduction, convection, radiation
  • c. Specific heat data
  • d. Heating/cooling curves
  • a. Speed, velocity, and acceleration
  • b. Newton’s Three Laws of Motion
  • c. Mass & Gravitational Force
  • d. Work, mechanical advantage, and simple machines
  • a. Electromagnetic waves
  • b. Electromagnetic vs. Mechanical waves
  • c. Wave characteristics
  • d. Media affect on speed of sound and light waves
  • a. Voltage, current, and resistance
  • b. Series vs. parallel circuits
  • c. Electricity & Magnetism
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