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Phy. Prop. of Matter

5.5A, 5.5B, 5.5C

DefinitionTerm
a characteristic of a substance that can be measured or observed Physical Properties
anything that takes up space Matter
how much matter is in something; stays the same Mass
how hot or cold something is Temperature
how much space something takes up Volume
the amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float Density
able to float because of its shape Buoyancy
Solid, Liquid, and Gas States/Phases of Matter
has a definite shape and volume; tightly packed together Solid
does not have a definite shape, but has a definite volume; takes the shape of its container Liquid
does not have a definite shape or volume; flows easily from one place to another Gas
gas changing back to a liquid Condensation
water changes to a gas Evaporation
a force that can attract or repel magnetic materials Magnetism
a force that causes objects to pull together Attract
a force that causes objects to push back or away from one another Repel
a material that allows electricity or heat to pass through it easily Conductor
a material that does NOT allow electricity or heat pass through it easily Insulator
two or more substances that keep their own physical properties and CAN be separated easily Mixtures
a type of mixture in which one substance dissolves in another and CANNOT be separated easily. Solution
able to dissolve in liquid Soluble
the liquid that does the dissolving Solvent
the powder that gets dissolved Solute
a process using a strainer to separate the larger particles in a mixture Filtration
to form a solution with another substance; becomes so small you no longer see it, but it's still there Dissolve
how an object feels to the touch Texture
allows the dense materials to sink to the bottom Settling
the individual substances added to a mixture Ingredients
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