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Physical Properties

mass divided my volume density
The ability to dissolve in a liquid solubility
the ability to be used as a wire Ductility
Particles are barely attracted and have no definite volume. gas
amount of space something takes up volume
anything that has VOLUME (takes up space) or MASS matter
emotions and love are examples of mater TRUE OR FALSE false
puppy's and cupcakes are examples of mater TRUE OR FALSE true
ability of matter to be “molded” into shape. (ex. pounding copper into a shape) malleability
he ability of matter to transfer heat energy. (ex. metal objects) thermal conductivity
the ability of matter to transfer electric charges. (ex. metal wires) electrical conductivity
solid, liquid, or gas, plasma. state of matter
Mass, Volume, Temperature, Length, Density. physical properties
Created by: AbbyMack17