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Unit 1 Vocab. Wk 2

Unit 1 Vocabulary part 2

Mass - the amount of matter in an object
Volume - the amount of space an object takes up
Magnetism - property of attraction to a magnet
Properties - qualities that distinguish one sample of matter from another
Physical State - classification of matter as a solid, liquid, or gas
Solubility - the ability of a solid to be dissolved in a liquid
Conductor - material that allows electric current or thermal (heat) energy to pass through easily
Insulator - material that slows down or stops electric current or thermal (heat) energy from passing through
Classify - to group something together based on similar characteristics
Matter - stuff that everything is made of, anything that has mass and takes up space
Relative Density - objects that are more dense than water will sink and objects that are less dense than water will float
Created by: Nicholasscience