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Definitions 6 Properties Phase Changes Changes States of Matter
100
What is MATTER
Anything that has mass and takes up space
100
What is the PHYSICAL STATE
The phase that matter is in is called THIS
100
What is MELTING
The name for a change from solid to liquid
100
What is PHYSICAL
A broken plate is an example of this type of change
100
What is SOLID
The molecules in THIS STATE of matter vibrate in place and are organized in a tight, packed form
200
What are ATOMS
Tiny particles that matter is made up of
200
What is MASS
The amount of matter an object has (does not change)
200
What is FREEZING
The name for a change from liquid to solid
200
What is PHYSICAL / REVERSIBLE
Ice cubes melting is an example of this type of change
200
What is GAS
The molecules in THIS STATE of matter flow freely and bounce off each other. It also has no definite volume.
300
What are PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
How matter looks, feels, smells, tastes, or sounds. A way to categorize matter.
300
What is DENSITY
The amount of matter in a given state
300
What is CONDENSING (condensation)
The name for a change from gas to liquid
300
What is CHEMICAL / NON-REVERSIBLE
Rust on a bike is an example of this type of change
300
What is LIQUID
Matter in THIS STATE have no definite shape, but the volume stays the same
400
What is ENERGY
This is needed to change the state of matter
400
What is CONDUCTIVITY
The ability of an object to transfer heat or electricity through contact
400
What is VAPORIZATION (evaporation)
The name for a change from liquid to gas
400
What is CHEMICAL / NON-REVERSIBLE
A cooked egg is an example of this type of change
400
What is LIQUID
The molecules in THIS STATE are very fluid and flowy
500
What is A CHEMICAL CHANGE
A change in the arrangements of the atoms of a substance, usually non-reversible and creating a new substance
500
What is SOLUBILITY
The ability of a substance to dissolve into a liquid
700
What are SUBLIMATION and DEPOSITION
Name the TWO phase changes: directly from a solid to gas AND from a gas to solid
500
What is PHYSICAL / REVERSIBLE
Spilling water on your paper is an example of this type of change
500
What is ALL STATES OF MATTER (solid, liquid, and gas)
THIS STATE of matter has mass and takes up space






Science 3/4: Matter

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