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MATTER TERMS

SUMMER SCHOOL 14

TermDefinition
MATTER ANYTHING THAT HAS MASS AND TAKES UP SPACE
VOLUME A MEASURE OF THE SIZE OF A BODY OR REGION IN THREE DIMENSIONAL SPACE
UNITS OF MEASURE FOR LIQUIDS THE MEASUREMENTS OF LIQUIDS
MENISCUS THE CURVE AT A LIQUIDS SURFACE BY WHICH ONE MEASURE THE VOLUME OF A LIQUID
MASS A MEASURE OF THE AMOUNT OF MATTER IN AN OBJECT
WEIGHT A MEASURE OF THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCE EXERTED ON AN OBJECT
INERTIA THE TENDENCY OF AN OBJECT TO RESIST BEING MOVED OR, IF THE OBJECT IS MOVING, TO RESIST A CHANGE IN SPEED OR DIRECTION AND AN OUTSIDE FORCE ACTS ON THE OBJECT
STATE THE PHYSICAL FORMS OF MATTER
DENSITY THE RATIO OF THE MASS OF A SUBSTANCE TO THE VOLUME OF SUBSTANCE
SOLUBILITY THE ABILITY OF ONE SUBSTANCE TO DISSOLVE IN ANOTHER AT A GIVEN TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE
PHYSICAL CHANGE A CHANGE OF MATTER FROM ONE FORM TO ANOTHER WITHOUT A CHANGE IN CHEMICAL PROPERTY
CHEMICAL PROPERTIES A PROPERTY OF MATTER THAT DESCRIBES A SUBSTANCE ABILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS
CHEMICAL CHANGE A CHANGE THAT OCCURS WHEN ONE OR MORE SUBSTANCE CHANGE INTO ENTIRELY NEW SUBSTANCE WITH DIFFERENT PROPERTIES
EQUATION FOR DENSITY DENSITY= MASS/VOLUME
SIGNS OF CHEMICAL CHANGE COLOR, ODER, PRODUCTION OF HEAT, FIZZING, AND FOAMING, AND SOUND OR LIGHT BEING GIVEN OFF
PHYSICAL PROPERTY A CHARACTERISTIC OF A SUBSTANCE THAT DOES NOT INVOLVE CHEMICAL CHANGE, SUCH AS DENSITY, COLOR, OR HARDNESS
THERMAL CONDUCTOR A MATERIAL THROUGH WHICH ENERGY CAN BE TRANSFORMED AS HEAT
CORRECT WAY TO MEASURE LIQUIDS IN A CYLINDER YOU USE A MENISCUS
Created by: dillonsilva