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Unit B-1 Vocabulary

Vocabulary words from unit B-1.

chemical property a characteristic/trait that can only be made evident by sparking a chemical reaction.
physical property a characteristic/property that can be made evident using the five senses.
toxic/toxicity materials that are poisonous if inhaled, ingested, or absorbed through the skin.
reacts/reaction the result/aftermath of a chemical experiment.
density the compactness/concentration of an object; mass/volume.
mass the amount of matter in an object.
volume the amount of space that an object takes up.
quantitative data numerical data; data that can be measured and/or expressed through numbers and values.
conduct to move electrical particles along in a stream known as an electrical current.
transparent see-through; non-opaque; easy for light to pass through.
translucent partially see-through; allows some light to pass through but not all.
opaque cannot see through; does not allow any light pass through.
hazardous material material that poses some sort of threat to living organisms, specifically humans.
Created by: lclark01