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Wk 7 Sci

Science Week 7

Magnetic metals iron, nickel, cobalt and steel
Absorb To soak up
Inference Using clues to find the answer
heat resistance Not easily becoming hot
energy The ability to do work (mechanical, chemical, electrical, heat, light and sound)
conductors A material that allows electricity or heat to pass through it easily. (Aluminum, silver, iron, gold, silver and mercury)
refraction The bending of light waves as they move through one medium into another
reflection The bouncing back of light waves off a surface
mechanical Work done for something that is moving
insulators A material that does NOT allow electricity or heat to pass through it easily (paper, plastic, cloth, rubber, wood Styrofoam, cardboard, glass)
dissolve To form a solution with another substance. Becomes so small you can no longer see it but it’s still there
mass How much matter is in something
matter Anything that takes up space
solute The powder that gets dissolved
volume How much space something takes ups. Measured in liters or milliliters. Ex. Graduated cylinder
gas Does not have a definite shape or volume, expands freely to fill any space available
solvent The liquid that does the dissolving
liquid Does not have a definite shape but does have a definite volume.
Created by: erin.mcpherson2