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Matter that is less dense than water does what? float
Matter that is more dense than water does what? sink
What do we call the tiny particles that make up all matter? atoms
Hydrochloric acid is added to a beaker containing a piece of zinc. As a result, zinc chloride is formed and Hydrogen gas is released. This is an example of what? a chemical reaction
What phase change occurs when matter goes from liquid to solid? freezing
What phase change occurs when matter goes from a solid to a liquid? melting
What phase change occurs when matter goes from a liquid to a gas? evaporation
What model is used by scientists to determine the properties of elements? the Periodic Table
What type of change results in a change of size, shape, or form? physical
What type of change results in a different substance/something new? chemical
Burning a marshmallow is an example of what type of change? chemical
Chopping wood is an example of what type of change? physical
During what phase change is heat energy absorbed by a substance? melting or evaporating
During what phase change is heat energy released by a substance? condensation or freezing
Is heat energy absorbed or released when converted from...solid to liquid? absorbed
Is heat energy absorbed or released when converted from..liquid to gas? absorbed
Is heat energy absorbed or released when converted from...gas to liquid? released
Is heat energy absorbed or released when converted from...liquid to solid? released
Why do ice cubes float in a glass of water? the cubes are less dense than the water
What are some ways you can tell a chemical reaction has occurred? when the forms of matter are combined the substance bubbles or fizzes
What metric capacity can be measured using a beaker? volume
Volume is measured in what standard unit? liter
How do particles in a solid form look? tightly packed
What process allows clouds to form? condensation
A graduated cylinder measures what metric capacity? volume
The Kinetic Theory of matter states what? That all particles are in constant motion
Created by: Mr.McKeehan