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States of Matter

5th Grade

TermDefinition
plasma a form of matter that has no volume or shape but has electric charges
solid a form of matter that has a specific volume and shape
liquid a form of matter that has a specific volume, can be poured and takes the shape of its container
gas an invisible form of matter with no specific volume or shape; spreads to fill up the container it is in.
mass the amount of matter, or ¨stuff¨ in an object
matter has mass (or weight) and takes up space
mixture two or more pieces of matter that can be mixed together and easily separated (chex mix)
solution two or more pieces of matter that can be combined but NOT easily separated (chocolate milk)
volume the amount of space an object takes up
physical property something that can be observed, measured, or described when looking at a piece of matter
balance scale tool that is used to measure the mass of an object
graduated cylinder tool used to measure the volume of a liquid
boiling the process that changes water from liquid to gas
grams unit used to measure mass
milliliters unit used to measure liquid volume
shape, color, size, weight, texture examples of physical properties
states of matter solid, liquid, gas, plasma
Created by: gebert6