Science - Lesson 1 Study Guide

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  1. A property is a characteristic of matter that is used for what?
    To describe or identify matter.
  2. A sample of ice has a volume of 1.0cm3 and a mass of 0.9g. The density of the ice is what?
    .9g/cm3
  3. The particles in what are close together, but they can slide past each other?
    A liquid
  4. A solid changes to a liquid duing which process?
    Melting
  5. What can be compressed when put under pressure?
    Gases
  6. What is used to measure the mass of an object?
    A balance
  7. What has a definite texture and shape?
    Solid
  8. What can melt?
    Solid
  9. What can freeze?
    Liquid
  10. What can boil?
    Liquid
  11. What takes the volume of its container?
    Gas
  12. What can condense?
    Gas
  13. What can flow?
    Gas and Liquid
  14. What takes the shape of its container?
    Gas and Liquid
  15. What has a definite volume?
    Liquid and Solid
  16. What is to squeeze a gas into a small space?
    Compress
  17. What is the physical property that describes how something feels?
    Texture
  18. What is the state of matter that keeps its shape and volume when it is placed in a different container?
    Solid
  19. What is the measure of the energy of motion of particles of matter?
    Temperature
  20. What has mass and volume?
    Matter
  21. What happens to a liquid when it releases enough energy?
    Freeze
  22. What is calculated by dividing mass by volume?
    Density
  23. What is the state of matter that has particles that slide by each other?
    Liquid
  24. What is the amount of space something takes up?
    Volume
  25. What is the state of matter that expands to fill its container?
    Gas
  26. What has particles that move very quickly and are far apart from each other?
    Gas

    Examples: air; helium in balloons; oxygen in a tank
  27. What has particles closer together and move past each other?
    Liquid

    Examples: honey; water
  28. What has particles that are very close and vibrate in place?
    Solids

    Examples: wooden table; clay; ice
  29. What process in used when a solid turns in to a liquid?
    + heat energy

    melting
  30. What process in used when a liquid turns in to a gas?
    + heat energy

    evaporation
  31. What process in used when a gas turns in to a liquid?
    - heat energy

    condensation
  32. What process in used when a liquid turns in to a solid?
    - heat energy

    freezing
  33. What property does the thermometer measure?

    Temperature
  34. What property does the balance measure?

    Mass
  35. What property does the measuring cup measure?

    Volume
  36. The Process Chart
  37. How is density calculated?
    The formula for density is.......

    Mass divided by Volume

    • M  =  D
    • V      cm3

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