Science Vocabulary Word List 1

Science Vocabulary Word List

Science Terms! The following is a list of common Science Terms in English.

Science Terms

Science Vocabulary Word List

Words That Start With A

astronomy
astrophysics
atom

Words That Start With B

beaker
biochemistry
biology
botany
Bunsen burner
burette

Words That Start With C

cell
chemical
chemistry
climate
climatologist
control
cuvette

Words That Start With D

data
datum

Words That Start With E

electricity
electrochemist
element
energy
entomology
evolution
experiment

Words That Start With F

fact
flask
fossil
funnel

Words That Start With G

genetics
geology
geophysics
glassware
graduated cylinder
gravity

Words That Start With H

herpetology
hypothesis

Words That Start With I

ichthyology
immunology

Words That Start With L

lab
laboratory
laws
lepidoptery

Words That Start With M

magnetism
mass
matter
measure
meteorologist
meteorology
microbiologist
microbiology
microscope
mineral
mineralogy
molecule
motion

Words That Start With O

observatory
observe
organism
ornithology

Words That Start With P

paleontology
particle
Petri dish
phase
physical science
physics
pipette

Words That Start With Q

quantum mechanics

Words That Start With R

radiology
research
retort

Words That Start With  S

scale
science
scientist
seismology

Words That Start With T

telescope
temperature
test tube
theory
thermometer
tissue

Words That Start With V

variable
virologist
volcanology
volume
volumetric flask

Words That Start With W

watch glass
weather
weigh

Words That Start With Z

zoology

List of Science words with Examples

  • astronomy
        EX:  Physics and astronomy are cognate sciences.
  • astrophysics
       EX:  I am an astrophysics student for the University of TX.
  • atom
       EX: The nucleus of an atom consists of neutrons, protons and other particles.
  • beaker
       EX: The next days when the researchers flipped the beaker, the silicone oil began to form fat mounds.
  • biochemistry
       EX:  Her specialty is biochemistry.
  • biology
EX: The course will encompass physics, chemistry and biology.
  • botany
EX: The life sciences include biology and botany.
  • Bunsen burner
EX: You will learn how to use scientific apparatus such as test tubes, beakers and Bunsen burners.
  • burette

EX: The burette is placed in water and the air pressure equalised by opening and closing the tap.

  • cell
EX: DNA is stored in the nucleus of a cell.
  • chemical
EX:  Physical therapy alternates with chemical.
  • chemistry
EX: The course will encompass physics, chemistry and biology.
  • climate
EX: We need to assess the impact on climate change.
  • climatologist
EX: A climatologist is greatly concerned with the time constants of the energy reservoirs of the world.
  • control
EX: How do you operate the remote control unit?
  • cuvette

EX:  A new cuvette which is able to contain plastic centrifuge tube for fluorescence spectrophotometry is described.

  • data
EX: The retention of data in a storage device.
  • datum
EX: The crucial datum is this: the rate of gypsy-moth spread is now much more rapid than before.
  • electricity
EX: Electricity companies pay a premium for renewable energy.
  • element
EX: He was the discoverer of the element radium.
  • energy
EX: It wastes energy to run the dishwasher half empty.
  • entomology
EX: He decided to specialize in entomology after graduation.
  • evolution
EX: In the course of evolution, some birds have lost the power of flight.
  • experiment
EX: They are absorbed in the experiment.
  • fossil
EX: This fossil may be over 2 million years old.
  • funnel
EX:  I need a funnel to pour petrol into the tank.
  • genetics
EX: Knowledge in the field of genetics has been developing very rapidly.
  • geology
EX: It is a problem that relates to geology.
  • geophysics
EX: Developing seismoelectric exploration is the leading edge in geophysics.
  • graduated cylinder
EX: Place 100 mL of pyridine in a 250-mL graduated cylinder , and, keeping the pyridine cold in an ice bath, pass in dry sulfur dioxide until the volume reaches 200 mL.
  • gravity
EX: Gravity is a natural phenomenon.
  • laboratory
EX: The laboratory was well insulated against all outside noise.
  • microscope
EX:  An object was magnified 200 times by the microscope.
  • telescope
EX: The telescope was pointing in the wrong direction.
  • temperature
EX: In hot weather the temperature gets very high.
  • test tube
EX: The test tube was then put in an ultrasound bath for 5 minutes.
  • thermometer
EX:Use a thermometer to gauge the temperature.
  • tissue
EX: The virus remains dormant in nerve tissue until activated.
  • variable
EX: The variable weather is a great trial to me.
  • virologist
EX: The veterinary virologist and the clinician are naturally interested in effectively combating a viral infection.
  • weigh
EX: The scales can be used to weigh other items such as parcels.
  • zoology
EX: The library didn’t stock zoology textbooks.

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