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Adams 5th New PHY*

Physical New

QuestionAnswer
A push or a pull Force
A force that slows or stops motion when objects rub together Friction
To get rid of Dispose
Measures weight Spring scale
A tool for measuring the Earth's gravitational pull on an object Spring scale
To mix evenly and break down and spread out in a liquid Dissolve
2 or more substances that can easily be separated Mixture
To protect your eyes Goggles
Can be used to separates salt and water Evaporation
A paper tool used to separate a mixture by trapping larger particles and allowing smaller particles to pass Filter
A temporary magnet Electromagnet
Measures mass Triple beam or pan scale
To put into groups Classify
A materials that keep energy in like paper, cloth or styrofoam Insulator
How much space something takes up Volume
2 or more item you can NOT separate easily Solution
Using clues to find the answer Inference
Energy from heat Thermal
A force that pulls all objects that have mass toward one another Gravity
The temperature at which a liquid changes into a gas 100 degrees C. or Boiling Point
How an object feels Texture
The temperature at which a liquid changes into a solid 0 degrees C. or Freezing Point
Where is a magnet the strongest? At the poles
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