5th Grade Science: Matter and Energy without Pictures
The student know that matter has measurable physical properties and those properties determine how matter is classified, changed and used.
Terms in this set (19)
Group together based on similar traits
Solid, liquid, gas
A material that allows electricity to flow through easily.
A material through which charge cannot flow easily.
Amount of space occupied by a fluid
Solids or liquids spread into tiny particles in a solution, it can no long be seen but is still there.
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Characteristics of matter that can be seen through direct observation such as density, melting point, and boiling point.
A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
A material that allows heat to flow easily
a material that reduces or prevents the transfer of heat
Freezing Point of Water
0 degrees Celsius
Boiling Point of Water
100 degrees Celsius
A combination of two or more substances that keep their physical properties and can be easily separated.
Ex: Sand and Water
A mixture of two or more substances that combine and form a new substance,they can not be separated back.
Ex: Lemon Juice and Water or Salt and Water
Attraction to a magnet because it contains iron or another metal. Is a force because it can push something away or pull something towards it.
A measure of how much mass there is in a given volume.
Float: the object is less dense
Sink: the object is more dense
Melting Point of Water
above 0 degrees celsius
is what electrical energy is used to turn on.
Ex: light bulb, TV, bell, computer, fan