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Science Test


matter anything that takes up space and has mass
property a characteristic about matter that you can observe or measure
observable property color
observable property shape
observable property smell
observable property hardness
observable property taste
observable property texture
measurable property mass
measurable property volume
measurable property density
measurable property temperature
measurable property length
solids matter that keeps its own shape: chair, box
liquids matter that takes the shape of its container. It can be poured
gasses matter that has no shape. Particles move freely.
mass The amount of matter in an object.
volume The amount of space an object takes up.
What tools can you use to measure mass (weight)? scale, balance
What tools can you use to measure volume (capacity)? cups, cylinders, tubes, bekers
What are the 3 states or forms that matter can have? solid, liquid, gas
Freezing A liquid changing to a solid. Rain to snow.
Melting A solid changing to a liquid - solid candle wax melts to a liquid
Condensing When a gas becomes a liquid - water vapor to a cloud
Evaporating When the surface of a liquid becomes a gas without boiling - puddle to water vapor
Created by: orangeawesome