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2nd Qtr Science Vocb

5th Grade Science

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Happens when one substance changes into another substance. Example: If you leave your bike outside in the rain it will probably have rust on it. Chemical Change
Happens when a substance changes without changing the true identity of the substance (ex. Water changing to ice) Physical Change
Anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter
An organism with only one cell that can perform all life's functions. Unicellular
An organism with many cells that perform specialized functions. Multicellular
The main energy source for the water cycle. Sun
The process of water changing into water vapor (a gas). Evaporation
The process of vapor changing back into water. Condensation
Rain, snow, sleet or hail. Precipitation
Water that runs off of mountains and hills and flows into rivers, lakes, ponds. Surface runoff
Water that soaks into the ground. A resource for living things. Groundwater
Evaporation from plant leaves. Transpiration
The transfer of heat through electromagnetic waves and light. The heat travels through space. Radiation
The transfer of heat through direct contact. Conduction
The transfer of heat through liquids and gases with an up and down movement. Convection
Created by: bmeandc04