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6th U 3.2 Science

Unit 3 Science Physical Properties

QuestionAnswer
A characteristic of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the identity of the substance is called ___. Physical property
Use your ___ to observe physical properties. Senses
Color, size, shape, odor and texture are ___. Physical properties
Some physical properties can be ___ using tools such as a measuring tape. Measured
When you observe the physical property, you do not change the substance's ___. Identity
The temperature that water boils is called the ___, and it is a physical property. Boiling point
A common physical property that is the measure of the amount of mass in a given amount of volume is called ___. Density
___ is a physical property that is a measure of how well electric charges can move through a substance. Electrical Conductivity
___ is a physical property that is the rate at which a substance transfers heat. Thermal conductivity
___ is a physical property that is the ability of a substance to dissolve in another substance. Solubility
___ is a physical property that is the ability of a substance to be rolled or pounded into various shapes. Malleability
___ is a physical property, some metals are magnetic. Magnetism
__ is a physical property, many metals often have a shine. Luster
The ___ of a substance is the temperature at which it changes from a solid to a liquid. Melting point
___ is a physical property of matter that describes how hard or soft minerals are. Hardness
A ___ describes a substance's ability to change into a new substance with different properties. Chemical property
One way to identify a chemical property is to observe the ___that a substance undergoes. Changes
The ability to burn is a chemical property called ___. Flammability
The ability of a substance to interact with another substance and form one or more new substances is called ___. Reactivity
Gold will not burn. This is a chemical property of gold that is called ___. nonflammable
A ___ can always be observed without changing the identity of a substance. Physical property
A __ is observed by attempting to change the identity of a substance. Chemical property
Would bending an iron nail be a physical property or a chemical property? Physical property
A rusty nail is an example of what type of property? Chemical property
If the iron nail reacts with oxygen what type of property is it? Chemical property
If an object is nonflammable what type of property is it? Chemical property
If an object is a yellow rectangle, what type of property is described? Physical properties
Properties unique to a substance are its ___. Characteristic properties
Characteristic properties stay the same regardless of the amount of a sample. True or False True
Flammability is an example of a ___ property. Chemical
Electrical conductivity is an example of a ___ property. Physical
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