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Week 3 Vocabulary

DefinitionTerm
Measures the mass of an object. Triple Beam Balance
Measures the weight of an object. Spring Scale
To put into groups. Classify
How much matter is in something. Measured in grams. Not affected by gravity. Mass
How much space something takes up. Measured in milliliters or liters. Volume
Anything that takes up space. Matter
Able to float because of its shape. Buoyancy
The amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float. Density
The measure of the pull of gravity on an object. Weight
A force that pulls towards the center of another object. Gravity
A characteristic of a substance that can be measured or observed using your five senses. Physical Property
Solid, liquid, and gas. States of Matter
Has a definite shape and a definite volume. Solid
Does not have a definite shape but has a definite volume. Liquid
Does not have a definite shape or volume. Gas
Liquid changing to a gas. Evaporation
Gas changing back into a liquid. Condensation
Created by: Mr. Minett