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Chapter 1B Matter

4th Grade Scott Foresman Chapter 1B

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anything that has mass and takes up space matter
the amount of material that an object has in it mass
the amount of space that matter takes up volume
ways to describe matter, for example by its color, shape, size, mass, and shape physical properties
the three states of matter solid, liquid, gas
has a shape and volume of its own solid
has a certain volume, but has no shape of its own and takes the shape of its container liquid
has no shape or volume of its own gas
two or more substances that are mixed together but can be easily separated mixture
a mixture in which one substance spreads evenly throughout another solution
property of matter that measures the distance between one point or another length
scientists used agreed on units of measurement so that their measurements will be this accurate
unit for measuring length meter
100cm= 1 meter
1000mm= 1 meter
1 kilometer= 1000 meters
property of matter, formula is length x width x height volume
unit of measuring volume cubic meter
volume of a liquid is measured in this unit liters
used to measure liquids or irregular solids like small rocks graduated cylinder
we use this to measure mass balance
basic unit for measuring mass gram
how much mass is in a certain volume of matter density
a change in matter that changes physical properties, but does not produce a different type of matter physical change
the temperature at which matter changes from a solid to a liquid melting point
the temperature at which matter changes from a liquid to a gas boiling point
the temperature at which matter changes from a liquid to a solid freezing point
a change in matter that produces a different kind of matter chemical change
3 types of chemical changes rusting, tarnishing, burning
Created by: Guardian21 on 2010-10-20



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