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Nature of Matter B

boiling point temperature at which a liquid turns to gas
brittle breaking into small pieces if bent or pressed
chemical property a characteristic of a pure substance that describes its ability to change into different substances.
condensation point temperature at which a gas to turn liquid
conductor a material that does allow electricity or heat to pass through easily
density an object’s mass compared to its volume. Mass divided by volume is density.
dissolve to break into pieces too small to be seen
ductile able to be pulled into long, thin wires
flexible able to bend without breaking
freezing point temperature at which a liquid turns to solid
gram per _ centimeter cubed_ g/cm3; a derived unit used to measure density of a solid
gram per milliliter_ g/mL a derived unit used to measure density of a liquid
insulator a material that does not allow electricity or heat to pass through easily
luster shininess; the property of something that shines with reflected light.
magnetic material that is attracted to magnets
malleable able to be hammered or pressed into flat sheets
melting point temperature at which a solid turns to liquid
soluble able to dissolve
sublimation turning from solid to gas without turning into a liquid
texture how something feels, especially whether it is bumpy or smooth
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