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2)classifying matter

5th grade science

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What is the boiling point of water ? 100*C
What is the melting point of water? 0*C
What is the freezing point of water? 0*C
Do you add or remove heat to turn a solid into a liquid? What is that process called? add heat; melting
Do you add or remove heat to turn a liquid to a solid? What is that process called? remove heat; freezing
Do you add or remove heat to turn a liquid into a gas? What is that process called? add heat; evaporation
Do you add or remove heat to turn a gas into a liquid? What is that process called? remove heat; condensation
If I have a bowl of iron filings and sand, what physical property will I use to separate it? a) magnetism b) solubility a) magnetism
What tool would I use to separate sand and iron filings? a) filter and funnel b) screens c) magnets d) tweezers c) magnets
Which is more dense in water: wood or sand? Sand will sink in water; therefore, it is more dense.
Which is more dense in water: corn syrup or a piece of cork? Corn syrup will sink in water; therefore, it is more dense.
Which is less dense: oil or water Oil will float in water; therefore, it is less dense.
Which substance can be classified as being soluble in water? a) sand b)pepper c) iron filings d) salt d) salt
Which of these is the best insulator of electricity? a) copper penny b) plastic tubing c) aluminum foil d) metal key b) plastic tubing
Which is an example of change of state caused by heating? a. melting b. freezing c. hardening d. cooling a. melting
What is the process called when water vapor in the air is cooled when it hits a cold glass? a. evaporation b. condensation c melts b. condensation
What is most likely observed when water reaches 100*C? a. the water hardens b. the water turns to vapor c. the water melts b. the water turns to vapor
Which of these is the best conductor? a) wooden block b) plastic fork c) metal spoon d) wool cloth c) metal spoon
Matter is anything that has ____________and takes up space a) weight b) solubility (dissolves) c) mass d) density c) mass
Sarah has 3 metal objects: a copper coin, an iron skillet, and an aluminum spoon. Which one will be attracted to a magnet? an iron skillet