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Week One 8/19

Spring Scale Can measure the weight and mass of an object. Can also measure the force used on an object.
Triple Beam Balance Measures the mass of an object
Pan Balance Compares the difference in two objects masses
Graduated Cylinder Used to measure volume
Meter Stick Used to measure length in centimeters and millimeters
Stopwatch Used to measure time
Eyedropper/Pipette Used to measure one droplet at a time
Beaker Used to measure liquids and powders
Gloves Used to protect hands
Apron Used to protect clothing and skin
Goggles Used to protect eyes
Waft Fan the air to get the scent of a smell
Procedure Steps followed during an experiment
Mass How much matter is in something. Measured in grams using a triple beam balance or pan scale.
Volume How much space something takes up. Measured in liters or milliliters in a graduated cylinder.
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