the solid that sometimes forms in a liquid solution during a chemical reaction
a volatile substance will easily turn into a vapor (gas)
the part of an experiment that is left untreated so the results may be compared to a "normal" condition.
the part of an experiment that receives the experimental treatment
a general term for plant life growing in a region
well-grounded; logically correct
the amount of 3-D space that an object takes up; liquid volume is usually measured in liters and solid volume is measured in cm3 or cubic meters.
pure water in which all the impurities or chemical solutes have been removed
a graph which shows how different quantities compare
the mass of a substance divided by the volume; a dense object has a large mass in a small volume
how much matter something has
the temperature that a substance begins to boil; for water that is 100 C or 212 F
a strip of paper used to determine if a substance is an acid or a base; litmus turns pink in an acid and blue in a base.
a scale; used to weigh the mass of an object
the part of an experiment decided upon and controlled by the experimenter.
the part of an experiment where the value depends on the results of the experiment
the top layer of dirt in which plants have most of their roots.
the wearing away of land or soil by wind, water, ice or gravity
the ability to float; the upward (floating force) on an object
the arrangement of electrons around the nucleus of an atom
the organs responsible of getting food into, absorbed, and out of your body; for example; mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, colon, anus
the transfer of heat through direct contact
the transfer of heat through nothing
a gas law that simply states when pressure increase volume decreases