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SF Unit 6 Lesson 1

To squeeze a gas into a smaller space Compress
A physical property that describes how something feels Texture
The state of matter that keeps its shape and volume when it is placed in a different container solid
The measure of the energy of motion of particles of matter temperature
Anything that has mass and volume matter
What happens to a liquid when it releases enough energy? freeze
Calculated by dividing mass by volume density
The state of matter that has particles that slide by each other. liquid
The amount of space something takes up. volume
The state of matter that expands to fill its container gas
True of False? A property is a characteristic of matter that is used to describe or identify matter. True. A property is a characteristic.
True or False? Solids and liquids can be compressed when put under pressure. False! A gas can be compressed when put under pressure.
True or False? The particles in a solid are close together, but they can slide past each other. False! Particles in a liquid are close together and slide past each other.
True or False? A solid changes to a liquid during a process know as melting. True! A solid can change into a liquid.
True or False? The mass of an object can be measure by using a measuring cup. False ~ The mass of an object can be measured by a balance.
Has a definite shape and texture solid
can condense and takes the shape of its container gas
can freeze or boil liquid
Can flow a liquid or a gas
has a definite volume solid or liquid
Characteristics of different states of matter properties
Created by: twaltner