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5th Science

Property A characteristic that describes a substance, such as color, size, shape or texture
mixture two or more things combined together
solution a special kind of mixture where a material dissolves in a liquid. This type of mixture is not easy to separate.
dissolve when something mixes with a liquid and seems to disappear
saturated solution a solution that is unable to hold any more solute
solute a substance that dissolves in a solvent to form a solution
solvent the liquid part of a solution that the substance dissolves into
concentration the ratio of solute to solvent in a solution
dilute a solution containing little solute
volume the amount of space that an object occupies, three-dimensional space
change becoming something different
chemical reaction a process in which two substances combine together to form another substance that has different properties from the original ones
Classify organize things into groups based on their attributes
Observe something you see happen or you look carefully to find out what will happen.
Compare identify ways that things are the same
model create an explanation or representation of an object, system, or process that cannot be easily seen or studied
Procedure doing something a particular way
claim something you say is true
evidence something you believe is true because you saw, experienced, or read about it
reason thinking about something in an orderly, logical way
Created by: krenae2004