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Adams 5th STAAR Phy

Physical Science Voc

To get rid of? Dispose
Used to measure weight? Spring Scale
Used to measure mass? Triple Beam Balance or Pan Scale
To put into groups? Classify
How much matter is in something? Mass
How much space something takes up? Volume
Using clues to find the answer? Inference
The part of an experiment that either changes or is controlled and only one should change? Variable
The amount of molecules in matter that allows it so float or sink? Density
What kind of change is ice melting? Physical Change
What kind of change is grating cheese? Physical Change
What kind of change is a rotting apple? Chemical Change
Anything that has mass and takes up space? Matter
Takes the shape of the container filling the bottom first? Liquid
The liquid that does the dissolving? Solvent
The point at which water turns to a vapor? Evaporation
Allows the materials to sink to the bottom? Settling
When water vapor turns back to a liquid? Condensation
A push or a pull Force
To put into groups Classify
Steam on your bathroom mirror is an example of this? Condensation
Iron, nickel, cobalt and steel? Magnetic Metals
The force in which 2 materials rub together? Friction
Created by: Science STAAR