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Science: Matter Unit

Volume The quantity of three dimensional space occupied by a liquid, solid, or gas. Usually expressed in liters, cubic meters or millimeters.
Standard Units Units with agreed-upon values that are used by different individuals to measure the same thing.
solution a specific type of mixture where a substance is dissolved into another
physical properties size, flexibility, shape, reflectivity, color, texture, weight, conductivity, soulaility
temperature how hot or cold something is
weight the heaviness of an object and; force of gravity on mass
solid to a liquid melting
solid to a gas sublimation
measurement the size, length or amount of something as established by measuring
property a characteristic of something observable
liquid to a solid freezing
gas to a solid deposition
liquid to a gas evaporation
matter anything that has mass and takes up space
observations using your senses to gain knowledge
Created by: mkaysigler