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Review: Matter

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Which property of matter describes how much matter is in an object and is measured using a triple beam balance? Mass
Which property of matter describes whether or not matter attracts to a magnet? Magnetism
Which property of matter describes if a matter is a solid, liquid, or gas? Physical State
Which property of matter describes whether matter sinks or floats in water? Density
Which property of matter describes whether matter dissolves in water? Solubility
Which property of matter describes whether matter allows electricity or heat to pass through it. Conductivity
What are the magnetic metals? Steel, Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt
What type of materials are good conductors of heat and electricity? All Metals
If an object sinks in water, then it is _______ dense than water. more
If an object floats in water, then it is _____ dense than water. less
What do you need to add to or remove from matter to make it change its physical state? heat
Floats = ____________ less dense
Sinks = ____________ more dense
What is a material called if it does not allow heat or electricity to pass through it? Insulator (not a conductor)
At what temperature does water begin to boil? 100 degrees Celsius
At what temperature does water begin to freeze? 0 degrees Celsius
At what temperature does water begin to melt? 0 degrees Celsius
What is the process called that changes a gas to a liquid? condensation
What is the process called that changes a liquid to a gas? evaporation
What is the process called that changes a liquid to a solid? freezing
What is the process called that changes a solid to a liquid? melting
What is a combination of two or more substances called in which each substance keeps their original physical properties? mixture
What is a combination of two or more substances called in which the physical properties of the substances can change? solution
Mixture or Solution? - Iron fillings in sand mixture
Mixture or Solution? - salt dissolved in water solution
How much space an object takes up is its _______. volume
What is the best way to separate salt from water? evaporation
What is the best way to separate iron filings from sand? magnet
What is the best way to separate sand and water? filter
Is a copper penny magnetic or nonmagnetic? nonmagnetic
Is copper penny a conductor or insulator of electricity? conductor
Does salt dissolve or does not dissolve in water? dissolves
Does sand dissolve or does not dissolve in water? does not dissolve
Does wood sink or float? float
Does a copper penny sink or float in water? sink
Is a piece of plastic a conductor or insulator of electricity? insulator
Created by: brannics