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Quiz 1.3

Quiz 1.3 on August 30th, 2019

How can you test conductors and insulators? Connect the object to a circuit and see if the bulb lights up
Which metals are MAGNETIC? steel, iron, nickel, cobalt (remember S.I.N.C)
Which metals are NOT magnetic? gold, copper, zinc, lead, aluminum
What is a hypothesis? a statement that comes BEFORE you do the experiment, which predicts what you think will happen
What property has to do with sinking and floating? relative density
What is a conductor? a material that ALLOWS heat or electricity to pass through
What is an insulator? a material that STOPS heat or electricity from passing through
Examples of insulators oven mitts, wood, glass, plastic
Examples of conductors gold, copper, aluminum, steel, ALL METALS are conductors
An example of a solid changing to a liquid ice melting and becoming water
An example of a liquid changing to a solid juice freezing into a popsicle
An example of a liquid turning into a gas water boiling and becoming water vapor
Examples of gasses oxygen, the carbonation in a soda (carbon dioxide), helium
Examples of liquids soda, broth, tea, coffee
Examples of solids ice, a table, glass, metals
Why should you always repeat an experiment? to make sure your results are RELIABLE
examples of scientific investigations creating a model, planning an experiment, observing
What is the boiling point for water? 100 degrees Celsius
Examples of RENEWABLE resources - air, water, sunlight, paper, cloth
Examples of NON-renewable resources - gasoline, fossil fuels, metals, diamonds
Created by: mrsnowlin