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Physical Properties

QuestionAnswer
amount of matter in an object mass
measurement of the pull of gravity of an object weight
anything that has mass and takes up space matter
tool used to separate bigger materials from smaller ones strainer/sieve
cloth like that is used to separate liquids from larger particles filter
amount of space something takes up volume
the amount of molecules in matter that allow it to sink or float density
a force that can attract or repel magnetic materials magnetism
force that causes objects to pull together attract
force that causes objects to push back or away from each other repel
become so small you can no longer see it, but it is still there when it forms a solution with another substance dissolve
two or more substances that keep their own physical properties and can be separated easily mixture
a type of mixture in which one substance dissolves in another and cannot be separated easily solution
the liquid that does the dissolving solvent
the powder that gets dissolved solute
used to measure mass balance scale/triple beam balance
used to measure weight spring scale
Created by: kristel.cruz