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Physical Science

Week 3

TermDefinition
steps followed during an experiment procedure
the part of an experiment that either changes or is controlled variable
to keep all variables in an experiment the same except the one being tested controlled variable
to move from one place to another transfer
noticing something about the world around you observation
using clues to find the answer inference
to put into groups classify
separates bigger items from smaller one Strainer
cloth like used to separate liquids from larger particles filter
fan the air to get the scent of the smell waft
to throw away or to get rid off dispose
to keep something from happening prevent
measures the mass of an object not affected by gravity balance scale
used to record data notebook/journal
used to measure liquids and powders beaker
used to protect hands gloves
used to measure in centimeters and millimeters meterstick
measure the weight of an object affected by gravity spring scale
used to measure time stopwatch
used to protect eyes goggles
uses a flame to heat objects bunsen burner
used to measure liquids, powder and volume graduated cylinder
used to protect clothing apron
used to measure one droplet at a time eyedropper
a container that holds liquids flask
how much matter is in something Mass
how much space something takes up Volume
anything that takes up space matter
a characteristics of a substance that can be measured or observed physical properties
solid, liquid, gas phases of matter
has a definite shape and volume, tightly pack together, does not flow easily and cannot be poured from one container to another solid
does not have a definite shape but does have definite volume. Changes to the shape of it container, flows easily and can be poured filling the bottom first. liquid
does not have a definite shape or volume, flows easily from one place to another, particles are less tightly packed than liquids and solids and expands freely to fill any space available. Gas
gas changing back to liquid. ex. steam on a mirror after a hot shower, clouds, water ring on outside of can of soda. condensation
water changes to a gas evaporation
Created by: Challenger19