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Properties of Matter

G5 Realize Vocabulary T4

atom a particle that is the smallest and most basic part of an element
atomic theory the idea that everything is made of small particles
compound a matter made of two or more elements, such as water, oxygen, and salt
molecule the smallest particle of a compound that is made out of atoms
conclude to make a statement with data and facts*
temperature the measure of how hot or cold something is
mass the amount of matter an object has
volume the amount of space an object takes up
organize to arrange something to make it easier to understand*
solid matter with a definite shape and volume that is made of vibrating particles
liquid matter with a definite volume but no definite shape
gas a form of matter that does not have a definite shape or volume
differentiate to identify the differences between two or more objects*
physical change a change in traits—such as color, size, and shape— that does not change what the substance is made of
establish to show an idea*
chemical change the process where one or more kinds of matter changes into one or more different kinds of matter
conservation of matter the scientific law that matter cannot be made or destroyed, only transferred and changed
chemical reaction a change where one or more substances are turned into one or more different substances, usually caused by heat or mixing new substance
support to back up a theory with evidence or data*
mixture a substance where different materials are put together but each keeps its own properties
solution a mixture where the substances are evenly spread out
component a part of a larger whole**
Created by: Mr OBerc
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