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Science vocab test 1

science unit 1

Chemical property A quality or characteristic of an item that has a reaction with a chemical, or has changed throughout testing
Physical property A property that can be observed with the five senses as it changes.
Toxic / toxicity Materials that can be fatal if came into contact with by a living thing.
Reacts / reaction To respond to something after it happens in a certain way.
Density How compact an object is, density can be found by doing the equation mass/volume=density. The unit is normally g/cm3 or g/mL.
Mass Another word for weight, it can be easily calculated by doing density(volume).
Volume The amount of space an object takes up. It can easily be found doing mass/ density=volume
Quantitive data Data that is measured in quantities, it uses numbers to be measured.
Conduct To produce or organize certain things, may have a reaction. Some examples would if a light bulb is screwed in and doesn’t light up it may not conduct electricity.
Transparent An object that easily allows light to pass through, the light can then be seen from the other side.
Translucent An object that allows light to pass through, but may to be a clear image from the other side.
Opaque Not allowing light through, can not be seen through.
Hazardous material A substance or material that may be unsafe to anything living, chemicals and others alike chemicals are considered hazardous material.
Kilo 1,000
Hecto 100
Deka 10
Deci .1
Centi .01
Milli .001
Created by: mollypooler