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Mix & Sol. Inv. 3

TermDefinition
volume the amount of space that a substance takes up
mass the amount of "stuff" or matter in an object
dense how closely compacted a substance is
concentrated a solution that has had a lot of solute added to it
equal volumes the same amount of different substances
matter everything that takes up space
density the amount of matter contained in an object; mass per unit volume
dilute a solution containing little solute
evaporation the change of state from a liquid to gas
condensation the change of state from gas to liquid
sublimation the change of state from a solid directly to gas
equal volumes the same amount of different substances
concentration the comparison of a solute to the solvent
freezing point 0 degrees C / 32 degrees F
melting point 0 degrees C / 32 degrees F
Created by: Nan Dickerson