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27 Week Review #2

5.5A,B,&C-Matter and Energy

Mixture A combination of 2 or more substances.
Physical Property A characteristic that can be measured or observed without changing the substance.
Solid Has a specific volume and shape and the particles are held tightly together.
Solubility The property of completely mixing together (dissolving).
Gas Has no specific volume or shape and the particles move freely.
Mass The amount of matter in an object measured in grams.
Triple Beam Balance (Balance Scale) Instrument for measuring mass.
Liquid Has specific volume but not a specific shape.
Density The amount of mass (or matter) compacted into a certain volume; whether an object will sink or float.
Filter, Strainer, or Sieve A tool used to separate smaller particles from larger particles, such as separating sand and water.
Conductor Any material that easily allows heat or electricity to move through it.
Thermometer Instrument for measuring temperature.
Boiling Point of Water 100 degrees Celsius.
Insulator Any material that stops or slows the movement of electricity or heat.
Solution A mixture of 2 or more substances that are evenly distributed.
Magnet Attracts iron or steel and can be used to separate a mixture of sand and iron filings.
Freezing/Melting Point of Water 0 degrees Celsius.
Created by: Science STAAR



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