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allows electricity or thermal energy to pass through it easily (usually metals & even water) conductor
material that does NOT allow electricity or heat to pass through it easily insulator
measurement of the pull of gravity in an object weight
amount of matter in an object mass
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 is being dissolved solute
has definite shape and definite volume solid
does not have a definite shape, has definite volume liquid
no definite shape, no definite volume gas
from solid to liquid melting
from liquid to solid freezing
the amount of space an object takes up volume
from liquid to gas evaporation
from gas to liquid condensation
Created by: kristel.cruz