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5th Week of School

DefinitionTerm
Measures the weight of an object. Spring Scale
Measures the mass of an object. Triple Beam Balance
How much matter is in something. Measured in grams and not affected by gravity. Mass
How much space something takes up. Measured in liters and milliliters. Volume
Anything that takes up space. Matter
The amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float. Density
Liquid changing to a gas. Evaporation
Gas changing to a liquid. Condensation
A material that allows heat or electricity to flow through it easily. Conductor
A material that does not allow heat or electricity to flow through it easily. Insulator
Iron, nickel, steel, and cobalt Magnetic Metals
Two or more substances that keep their own physical properties when mixed together. They tend to be easier to separate. Mixture
A type of mixture in which one substance dissolves in another and it tends to be more difficult to separate. Solution
Able to dissolve in liquid. Soluble
The force in which two objects rub against each other causing them to heat up and slow down. Friction
To apply a force on the surface of an object. Pressure
The ability to do work. Energy
Energy of motion. Mechanical Energy
Energy of heat. Thermal Energy
Energy produced by the Sun. Solar Energy
Energy in the form of waves that can travel through an empty space. Light Energy
Energy caused by vibrations. Sound Energy
Energy of moving electrons or electric charges. Electrical Energy
To soak up. Absorb
Created by: Mr. Minett
 

 



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