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MRMS 7th Phys Sci

Physical Science review for test

TermDefinition
physical properties color, length, texture, taste
atom smallest unit of matter, all matter is made of atoms
density amount of matter in a given space, mass/volume = density
physical property shiny metallic color
precipitate chunks formed as a result of a chemical change
ability of vinegar to bubble with baking soda chemical change
water changes from a solid to a liquid physical change
metal is magnetic physical property
describes how a substance will react chemical property
filtration process to separate matter based on size of particles
recrystalization way to separate salt from water because of evaporation
sifting/straining way to separate matter because of size of particles
melting point physical property describing matter change from a sold it liquid
chemical change new substance forms
physical change no new substance, change of state or shape
change wood to toothpicks physical change
evidence of a chemical change bubbles, temperature change, precipitate, new product
matter anything that has mass and takes up space
buoyancy ability to float, physical property
solubility ability to dissolve, physical property
mass amount of matter in a object
volume amount of space something takes up
Created by: caron.kosters