Matter Vocab

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Matter Vocab
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  1. 100 degrees Celsius where water goes from a liquid to gaseous state.
    Boiling point
  2. What type of change changes the identity of the substances being used?
    Chemical change
  3. What characteristic of a substance allows it to change into some other substance given the right circumstances?
    Chemical Property
  4. mass/volume=
    density
  5. In a chemical reaction, the mass of what you end up with is always equal to the mass of what you started out with.
    Law of conservation of mass.
  6. Anything that has mass and takes up space.
    matter
  7. The temperature where a solid becomes a liquid.  0 degrees Celsius for water.
    melting point
  8. The changes between the states of matter.
    Physical Changes
  9. A property you can usually observe with your senses including the states of the material.
    Physical Property
  10. Solid, liquid, gas, plasma among some.
    states of matter
  11. Which of the following is an example of physical change?  Tarnish, rust, burning, melting.
    melting
  12. Which of these are a chemical property? 
    size, density, flammability, volume.
    Flammability
  13. What is the amount of space an object takes up called?
    volume
  14. When iron reacts with oxygen, what substance is produced?
    rust
  15. Color is what kind of property?
    Physical property
  16. A hole in a kick ball lets all the air escape.  What changes?
    mass and volume
  17. The unit of temperature accepted by most of the world.
    Celsius
  18. What makes something original?
    identity
  19. The physical property of some metals that allows them to be beaten into thin sheets.
    Malleability
  20. Describes how close a measurement is to the accepted value.
    Accuracy
  21. The SI unit for mass
    gram or kilogram
  22. The physical property that allows some metals to be drawn into thin wires.
    ductility
  23. Describes how close measurements are to each other.
    Precision

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