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WOW #10

state of matter forms of which matter can exist; solid, liquid, gas, plasma
physical property characteristic of a substance that does not change the chemical nature of matter; mass, volume, density
chemical property characteristic of a substance that describes what will happen when it interacts with other substances
phase change a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition
volume the amount of space taken up by a substance or object
mass the amount of matter in something
density the amount of mass in a given volume; densitiy=mass/volume
solid state of matter characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes; ice
liquid state of matter with a definite volume but no fixed shape; water
gas a state of matter that will conform to the shape of its container and expand to fill the container; steam
Created by: mcdanelt