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Science - lesson 1

Matter

TermDefinition
matter -anything that has mass and takes up space -all matter is made up of tiny particles
mass -measure of the amount of matter in an object -the more mass an object has, the more particles an object has
weight how strongly gravity pulls on an object
volume how large or small and object is
physical property -a characteristic of matter that can be observed and/or measured -examples of physical properties are conductivity, reflectivity, solubility, magnetism
conductivity how energy such as electricity or heat can move through material
reflectivity way light reflects or bounces off an object
solubility ability of matter to dissolve a liquit
magnetism ability of a material to be attracted to a magnet without needing to be a magnet itself
chemical property -characteristic that can only be observed when there is a change in the type of matter -we can see her or smell the types of changes caused by chemical properties
combustible -being able to burn -some matter such as food products can change when they are heated or cooked
corrosion -some metals will react with air over time and cause it to rust or tarnish this is the process called corrosion -checmical property that cases them to react with air
materials scientest -tests how different materials can be used together -often try to combine matter into new materials with useful properties
Created by: nataliedekowzan