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Trinity Science

mass how much stuff is in an object
gas this form is invisible and spreads out to fill up the container it is in
mixture two or more pieces of matter that can be mixed together and can be easily seperated
volume the amount of space an object takes up
liquid this form can be poured and takes the shape of its container
solid this form has a specific shape
solution two or more pieces of matter that can be combined, but cannot be easily separated.
matter anything that has weight and takes up space
physical property something that can be observed, measured, or described when looking at a piece of matter.
three there are how many forms, states, of matter
balance scale used to measure the mass of an object
gas when you boil water you are changing water from a liquid to a
weight two objects that have the same volume will not always have the same
mixture a chex mix is an example
graduated cylinder a tool used to measure the volume of an object.
physical properties shape, color, size, texture, & weight are examples
grams measure mass in these units
millilters measure volume in these units
weight how heavy or light an object is
solution making a tall glass of iced tea is an example
gas the state (or form) of matter has no specific size or shape
texture rough, smooth, and bumpy are examples
Created by: weakstick