states of matter
solid, liquid, gas
has mass, takes up space, has definite shape
has mass, takes up space, takes shape of container
has mass, takes up space, no definite shape
property of matter
volume, mass, density, boiling point....
how much space matter takes up-in ml and l-liquids
how much matter is in a definite space
measure of gravity pulling on an object's mass-in g and kg
how much mass in a definite space-more gravity pulling so will be on bottom
the temperature when of water evaporation-liquid to gas-add heat-100 degrees Celsius
the temperature when water changes from liquid to solid-take away heat-water expands-0 degrees Celsius
the temperature when a substance changes from a solid to liquid-add heat
the ability of substances to allow heat and electricity to pass through-metals-must be connecting or touching
the ability of substances to block heat and electricity from passing through
attracted to magnets-metals-iron and steel (iron is in steel)-poles are N and S-N to S-attracts (pulls) S to S and N to N -repels (pushes)
the ability to float in water
two or more solids put together-can be separated
a solid breaks apart in a liquid, cannot see the solid-salt or sugar in water-can be separated by evaporating the water
dissolving a solid into a liquid (water)-combining two liquids
liquid to gas-add heat
gas to liquid-take away heat
liquid to solid-take away heat
solid to liquid-add heat
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