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Matter Review

This study stack will help students review for their upcoming Matter test

The three states of matter solid, liquid, and gas
definite shape, size does not change solid
particles are packed closely together and do not move very much solid
how much matter is in an object mass
mass can be measured with a ... simple balance, a scale, or a spring scale
definite volume, takes the shape of its container liquid
particles are able to slide past one another liquid
You can measure length with a ... ruler
does not have a definite shape or volume gas
state of matter that does take the shape of the container liquid and gas
particles have a lot of energy and move about freely gas
the amount of space that an object takes up volume
volume can be measured with a ... graduated cylinder or graduated beaker
temperature can be measured with a ... thermometer
process where a liquid becomes a gas evaporation
a puddle tries up, the process that occurred was ... evaporation
color, shape, texture, smell, and taste are ... observable properties
when I use my senses that is an ... observable property
the state of matter will change when ... heat is added
This property is used when you take the temperature of something measurable property
Anything that takes up space and has mass matter
large mass feels ... heavy
small mass feels ... light
process where water droplets form on the outside of a glass cup condensation
process where heat energy is added to change a solid into a liquid melting
the boiling point of water is ... 212 degrees F or 100 degrees C
the freezing point of water is ... 32 degrees F or 0 degrees C
Created by: laurahudson