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matter physical prop


forms when different particles mix together evenly solution
matter that has definite volume and takes the shape of its container liquid
the ability to float buoyancy
anything that takes up space and has mass matter
amount of space that matter takes up volume
measures the amount of one material that will dissolve into another solubilty
amount of matter something contains mass
matter that has no definite shape and takes up no definite amount of space gas
compares an amount of matter to the amount of space it takes up density
matter that has definite shape and volume solid
what happens when one material forms a solution with another material dissolves
adding ____ makes particles in matter move faster heat
matter is made up of small bits called ____ particles
a liquid measuring cup measures the ____ of a liquid volume
submarines can sink or float by controlling their _____ buoyancy
___ that is less dense than water will float matter
how are particles arranged in a liquid close together slipping and sliding past each other
how are particles arranged in a solid close together moving around one point
what is the mass of my book if the standard measurements are 100g, 100g, 20g, 15g, 1g, 1g 237g
what is the volume of a box if the length is 50cm, the height is 25cm, and the width is 5cm 6250cm
what is the density of a ruler if the mass is 200g and the volume is 25cm 8 g/cm
Created by: amycarden