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Matter Anything that takes up space
Three States of Matter Solids, Liquids and Gases
What does Mass measure? The amount of matter in an object. You can measure mass with a balance scale.
A graduated cylinder or a ruler measures what? Volume
What measures how much space is in an object? Volume
What keeps their shape, are visible and have a definite shape and cannot change shape easily? Solid
What has no definite shape, takes the shape of the container, flows and is usually visible? Liquids
What has no definite or real shape, adjusts to fill out space in the container, invisible and has weight & mass? Gases
Boiling point which causes liquid to turn to a gas? 212 degrees Fahrenheit
Freezing point which causes liquid to turn to a solid? 32 degrees Fahrenheit
Changing temperature causes the state of matter to change to a different state of matter is called what kind of change? Physical Change
An example of a Physical Change? Ice melting or cutting paper
An example of a Chemical Change? Milk goes sour, jewelry tarnishes, a match is lit or when your body digests food
A new substance is created, a color change may occur, produces a gas-think gas bubbles or fizz, a heat may be produced or an order may be produced is what kind of change? Chemical Change
When matter changes but is still the same matter is what kind of change? Physical Change
Created by: lenovo