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Science Unit 1 Vocab

TermDefinition
Bunsen Burner uses a FLAME to heat objects
Hot plate uses ELECTRICITY to heat objeacts
Spring Scale measures the WEIGHT of an object
Triple Beam Balance measures the MASS of an object
Strainer or Sieve separates larger objects from smaller ones
Waft Fan the air with your hand to get the scent of a substance
Scientific Method method used when conducting any science experiment
Hypothesis educated guess
Variable the part of the experiment that is changed
Classify put into groups based on similarities
Physical Properties a measurable property that describes matter
Matter anything that has mass and takes up spae
Mass the amount of matter in an object
Weight measure of the pull of gravity on an object
Relative density ability to sink or float
Solubility ability to dissolve or not
Dissolve when particles get so small they can no longer be seen
Physical State solid, liquid, gas
Condensation When a gas becomes a liquid
Evaporation when a liquid becomes a gas
Freezing When a liquid becomes a solid
Melting When a solid becomes a liquid
Insulator does NOT allow energy to flow
Conductor ALLOWS energy to flow
Mixture Combination of two or more substances that can be easily seperated
Solution A type of mixture where one substance dissolves in another
Solute The substance being dissolved
Solvent the liquid that does the dissolving
Soluble Will dissolve
Insoluble will NOT dissolve
Filtration Process of using a strainer or sieve to separate mixtures
Created by: jjohnson32