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Utah 5th Grade Science St. 1

An energy form which can be transferred between objects. Heat
Any material that can be observed. Substance
The process converting one substance into another substance that will have new properties. Chemical change
The process of a solid substance breaking down while in a liquid substance. Dissolve
The state of matter in which particles slide freely over one another. The water in the river is in a liquid state. Liquid
Something that has mass and takes up space. Matter
A change in the structure of a substance. After the change, it keeps all of its properties. Physical Change
The substance that comes out of a chemical change. Product
The substances that are used to make a chemical change. Reactants
The state of matter in which particles vibrate and do not appear to move. Ice is water in a solid state. Solid
A measurement of how much Earth's gravity pulls on an object. Weight
Created by: Utah 5th Grade