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Properties of Matter

Matter and Energy

TermDefinition
Conductivity whether or not a material can conduct heat and electricity
Conductor a material that will allow heat and electricity to pass through it
Relative Density whether a substance will sink or float in another substance
Dissolve to mix completely with another substance to form a solution
Evaporation a process that changes liquid to gas
Ingredient the component (part) of a mixture
Insulator a material that stops or slows the flow of heat, electricity, or sound
Magnetism a pulling force from a magnet
Mass the amount of matter in an object or substance
Matter what everything in the universe is made of; has mass and takes up space
Mixture the combination of two or more parts but keep their original properties
Physical Change changes to matter without forming a new substance
Physical Property factors of matter that can be measured, observed, or changed without changing the substance
Solubility whether or not a substance will dissolve in another substance
Soluble a property that allows a substance to dissolve in another
Solution the evenly distributed mixture of two or more parts
States of Matter any form that matter can take = solid, liquid, gas
Substance the material that something is made of
Temperature the measure of the average kinetic energy of motion of the particles of matter
Volume the amount of space matter takes up
Water Vapor the gaseous form of water; water changed from liquid to gas
Balance a tool that measures the mass of an object
Graduated Cylinder a tool that more accurately measures the volume of a liquid, or irregular solids
Beaker a tool that measures the volume of liquids
Thermometer a tool that measures the energy of particles (temperature)
Created by: EThames20