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Matter

science

QuestionAnswer
length the distance between two points
solid state of matter with particles vibrating in a fixed position
boiling point point when a liquid turns into a gas
chemical change change in the identity of a substance
chemical property characteristic that determines how a substance will react
conservation of mass mass can't be created or destroyed
density mass per unit volume
malleability can be rolled into a sheet
mass amount of material an object has in it
matter anything that has a mass and takes up space
melting point point when a solid turns into a liquid
dichotomous key uses physical properties to classify
physical change process that does not change the identity of a substance
physical property characteristic that can be observed and measured
state of matter solid, liquid, gas, or plasma
volume amount of space an object takes up
Created by: 9oscar9