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Prop. & Chan. Matter

Properties & Changes of Matter

often the first physical property noticed for example, a lemon is yellow color
a physical property measured by how much matter an object contains mass
physical properties detected by sight appearance
how something acts behavior
temp. at which solid changes to a liquid melting point
a relationship between mass and volume density
properties such as color and texture that can be observed without changing the makeup of the material physical
how often should you taste lab expirence never
a characteristic that cannot be observed without altering the substance chemical
you use these to detect the properties of matter senses
our atmosphere is this state has
temperature at which a liquid changes into a gas boiling point
a liquied changing into a gas vaporation
a gas changing into a liquid condensation
a solid changing directly into a gas, without ever becoming a liquid sublimation
when a gas changes into a solid deposition
Created by: lackeygr