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8th G Prop of Matter

properties of matter

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a characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing the identity of a substance physical property
a measure of the amount of matter present in a given volume of a substance density
a change in any physical property of a substance, not in the substance itself physical change
a characteristic of a substance that describes how it can form a new substance chemical property
a change of one substance into another substancw chemical change
the process by which a solid becomes a liquid melting
the lowest temperature at which a substance starts to melt melting point
the process by which a liquid becomes a solid freezing
the temperature at which a specific liquid becomes a solid freezing point
a process by which a liquid becomes a gas, usually occurs at the surface of a liquid evaporation
the process by which a solid changes directly to a gas without becoming a liquid first sublimation
a process by which a liquid becomes a gas boiling
produces bubbles inside the liquid boiling
the temperature at which a substance changes from its liquid state to its gas state through boiling boiling point
the process by which a gas becomes a liquid condensation
the movement of a substance from an area of a greater concentration fo molecules to an area of lesser concentration of molecules diffusion
has observable properties matter
has properties that can be changed by physical and chemical processes matter
has mass and volume and exists in different states matter
physical property mass
physical property size
physical property color
physical property shape
physical property texture
physical property volume
measure of the amount of matter present in a given volume of a substance density
nomally expressed in units of grams per cubic centimeter density
a property of a substance that remains the same no matter how much of the substance you have density
breaking clay in half physical change
stretching a rubber band physical change
water changing from a liquid to water vapor physical change
wool being pulled from a sheep physical change
burning of wood chemical change
substances forming other substances chamical change
used to identify chemical properties chemical change
silver tarnishing chemical change
change of one substance to another chemical change
change in temperature sign of chemical change
change in color sign of chemical change
formation of bubbles sign of chemical change
formation of a solid sign of a chemical change
has properties that can be changed by physical and chemical processes matter
changes of state physical changes
can change from one state to another matter
solid to liquid iron melting
liquid becomes solid water to ice
liquid to solid melting iron to solid iron
substances with oderly atomic structures have this well defined melting points
has properties that can be changed by physical and chemical processes matter
changes of state physical changes
can change from one state to another matter
solid to liquid iron melting
liquid becomes solid water to ice
liquid to solid melting iron to solid iron
substances with oderly atomic structures have this well defined melting points
the process by which a liquid becomes a solid freezing
the temperature at which a specific liquid becomes a solid freezing point
liquid to gas evaporation
liquid to gas boiling
solid first sublimation
changes directly to gas sublimation
similiar to evaporation sublimation
liquid boiling point
certain temperature boiling point
100 degree C boiling point
has properties that can be changed by physical and chemical processes matter
used to identify substances properties
can change from one state to another matter
have characteristic properties substances
mass/Volume density
m/V density
Created by: fhershey