Terms in this set (6)
anything that has mass AND has volume
the space an object occupies; measured in milliliters (mL), liters (L), or cubic centimeters
the amount of matter that makes up an object; measure in "grams"
the effect of earth's gravity pulling on an object; weight therefore is a type of force;
W=mass x gravity
the amount of mass per unit of volume of a material; D = mass/volume; g/mL
a fluids resistance to flow; heating a liquid can lower it's viscosity so that it flows more easily, cooling it will make it thicker (higher viscosity) so that it flows more slowly
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