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Laubusch Matter-Ch 1

Matter Chapter 1 Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Unit of measure agreed on and used by everyone Standard Unit
English term used to measure temperature Fahrenheit
Metric system term used to measure volume Liter
A characteristic that describes matter Property
English term used to measure length Inch, Foot, Yard, Mile (any of these)
A characteristic of a substance that can be seen when the substance changes and a new substance is formed Chemical property
The amount of space that matter takes up Volume
English term used to measure volume Cup, Pint, Quart, Gallon (any of these)
A system of measurement in which the number of smaller parts in each unit is based on the number 10 and multiples of 10 Metric System
A characteristic of a material or object that can be seen or measured without changing the material into a new substance Physical property
Metric system term used to measure length Meter
Tool used to measure volume Graduated cylinder
A system of measurement commonly used in the United States English system
English term used to measure mass Ounce, pound, ton (any of these)
Metric system term used to measure temperature Celsius
Instrument used to find the mass of an object Balance
The property that describes how much matter is in a given space, or volume Density
Metric system term used to measure mass Gram
Anything that has mass and takes up space Matter
Metric system term used to measure volume Liter
The amount of matter that a container holds. Volume
The amount of space that matter takes up. Mass
Created by: blaubusch