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6th Science Ch 2

6th grade science chapter 2 sections 1 & 2 examples

State: Ice is water in which state solid
Density: Lead is very dense or heavy
Malleability: This can be rolled into sheets to make foil aluminum
Thermal conductivity: Plastic foam is a poor conductor
Solubility: Flavored drink mix ____ in water dissolves
Examples of physical changes freezing, boiling, shaping or forming, cutting, dissolving
Inertia The more mass an object has, there inertia it has, or the harder it will be to move that object
density the more sense a substance is the likely it will sink.
Mass only exists on earth
Weight changes when you go into space
Created by: RoperFive