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Chapt. 2 Voc.

Chapter Two Physical ScienceVocabulary

What Is Matter? The "stuff" everything is made out of.
What Is Volume? A measure of a body or region in 3D space.
What Is Physical Change? Changing the appearance of a substance without actually changing the makeup.
What Is Chemical Property? Describing somethings ability to do work in chemical reactions.
What Is Density? The ratio of substance to volume of the substance. Substance:Volume.
What Is Inertia? Tendency to resist force until outside force is acted upon it.
What Is Meniscus? The curve at the liquid's surface, by witch one can measure the volume.
What Is Mass? The measure of the amount of matter in an object.
What Is Weight? The amount of gravitational force acted upon an object that can change with location.
What Is Physical Property? The identity or composition of a substance.
What Is Chemical Change? Substances form a new substance that was not there before.
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