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physical science 3

final exam

mass the amount of matter that is in an object.
liquid the state of matter that has a definite volume and takes up the shape of its container.
ice the solid state of water.
matter takes up space and has weight
water vapor the gas state of water
atoms tiny particles that make up matter
volume the amount of space taken up by an object
cracks in rocks and water bottle expanding example of water expansion
gas the state of matter that has no definite volume or shape
solid state of matter that has a definite size and shape with particles that are close together
fog or steam example of water vapor
a balance or triple beam balance the tool used to measure
grams milligrams kilograms the unit of measure of mass
100 degrees celsius the temperature at which water boils in celsius
212 degrees fahrenheit the temperature at which water boils in fahrenheit
water will expand what water does when it freezes
texture property used to describe how something feels
luster property used to describe how an object shines in the light
magnetism property of an object that makes it attract to iron
solids will melt
Created by: dragons23