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property of an object mass, volume and shape
property of a substance always the same; freezing point, boiling point, density, solubility
charactertistic property describes the substance of which an object is made, not the object
freezing point temperature at which a liquid becomes solid
melting point temperature at which a solid become liquid
boiling point temperature at which a liquid changes to gas
condensation point temperature at which a gas changes to liquid
phase change change from liquid, solid or gas to another phase
evaporation process where a liquid changes to gas
density mass per unit volume; characteristic property of a substance
ratio one value divided by another; for example, density is the ratio of mass to volume
sea level the altitude of the ocean; Boulder is at 5,450 feet above sea level
Created by: bhs on 2006-06-04

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