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TermDefinition
Chemical Change A change of matter in which a new substance is formed
Chemical Reaction A change that produces one or more new substances
Conversion of Mass The mass/weight of a closed system remains constant regardless of the changes that occur
Fair Test An investigation with controlled variables
Gas The only kind of matter that always fills all the space inside a container and takes the shape of the container
Liquid The form of matter that does not have its own shape, but takes the shape of the container
Mass The amount of matter in an object
Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space
Physical Change When matter changes without a new substance being created
Physical Property A property that can be observed, measured, or changes without changing the substance itself
Solid A form of matter that has a shape of its own
Variables Any factor that can be controlled, changed, or measured in an investigation
Volume The amount of space an object takes up
Created by: ccelmer