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Properties of Matter

Properties of Matter--Pershing

What equation do you use to find the volume of a rectangular box? Volume = length x width x height
The larger an object's mass, the (larger or smaller) the inertia? Larger
What is the curve at the surface of liquid called? meniscus
What is the tendency of matter to resist change in motion? inertia
What units would you use to label the volume of a rock? centimeters cubed
What happens to a solid object whose density is less than water and it is placed in the water? it sinks to the bottom
What is weight? the gravitational force on an object
After pouring 3 liquids into a beaker, the green one sinks to the bottom. What would that tell you? The green liquid is the densest
What does the volume tell us? the amount of space an object occupies
What does mass tell us? it measures the amount of mass in an object
The explosion of fireworks is an example of what kind of change? chemical change
Changes of state (solid to liquid to gas) is an example of what kind of change? physical change
Something that is malleable is what? is able to be made into thin sheets
What is the relationship of volume and mass? density
What is electrical conductivity? the ability to conduct an electric currect
A change in form that does not change a substances identity is called this.. physical change
When a substance has changed into a new substance we know that this kind of change has taken place... chemical change
Reactivity is a part of a(physical or chemical) change chemical
What is solubility? the ability of a substance to diso
What is a physical property? a property that can be observed or measured such as color, state or hardness
What are some examples of a chemical change? rusted metal, sour milk, digested food
What is reactivity? the ability of a substance to combine and form other substances
What is flammability? the ability of a substance to burn
Why does ice float in liquid water? The ice's density is lower than the water
How do you find the density of an object? Density = Mass / volume (Mass divided by volume)
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