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Les 1 Matter vocab

Prop of Matter

QuestionAnswer
VOLUME THE SPACE AN OBJECT TAKES UP
MASS AMOUNT OF MATTER IN AN OBJECT
MATTER ANYTHING THAT HAS MASS AND VOLUME
WEIGHT HOW STRONG GRAVITY PULLS ON IT
STATE OF MATTER ONE OF THE 3 FORMS THAT CAN MAKE MATTER: SOLID, LIQUID OR GAS
MELTING POINT THE TEMPERATURE WHICH A SOLID TURNS TO A LIQUID
FREEZING POINT THE TEMPERATURE (0 DEGREES C OR 32 DEGREES F) LIQUID -TO- SOLID
EVAPORATION WHERE A LIQUID TURNS INTO A GAS
BOILING POINT THE TEMPERATURE (100 DEGREE C OR 212 DEGREES F) LIQUID -TO- GAS
SUBLIMATION A SOLID CHANGES TO A GAS
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MASS AND WEIGHT? MASS IS THE AMOUNT OF MATTER IN AN OBJECT AND WEIGHT IS HOW STRONG GRAVITY PULLS ON IT.
HOW IS MASS AND WEIGHT MEASURED? MASS IS MEASURED IN GRAMS WEIGHT IS MEASURED IN POUNDS
HOW DO (GAS/LIQUID/SOLID) PARTICLES MOVE? 1. GAS PARTICLES MOVE RAPIDLY, WIDELY SPREAD 2. LIQUID PARTICLES MOVE MORE FREELY THAN SOLID "FREEDOM OF MOTION 3. SOLID PARTICLES ORGANIZED PATTERN, VIBRATE BACK AND FORTH BUT DO NOT MOVE PAST ONE ANOTHER.
CONDENSATION GAS -TO- LIQUID
Created by: leversfam