6th grade Science Introduction to Matter

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  1. Which is a physical property?
    color
  2. An atom is________
    makes up elements
  3. A chemical bond is_________
    the force that holds atoms together.
  4. A compound_______
    has different properties from the elements it is made of.
  5. The parts of a mixture_____
    are easily separated.
  6. The amount of matter in an object is its_____
    mass
  7. A cubic centimeter (cm3) is a unit for measuring______
    volume
  8. Which is an example of a chemical change____
    burning wood
  9. Every chemical or physical change in matter includes a change in_______
    mass
  10. The energy of matter inn motion is called____
    kinetic
  11. Anything that has mass and takes up space is called_______
    matter
  12. You can find the ______ of an object by dividing its mass by its volume.
    density
  13. The ability to do work is called____
    energy
  14. A mixture in which the separate parts of the mixture are very evenly mixed together is called an________
    solution
  15. Light is an example of______ energy.
    electromagnetic
  16. Elements are the simplest substances true of false?
    true
  17. Does weight change in different places?
    true
  18. In a physical change, matter changes into new kind of matter; true or false
    false
  19. Does thermal energy flow from warmer objects to cooler objects; true or false
    true
  20. Is electrical energy the energy of moving electrons; true or false
    true
  21. Be able to recognize a diagram of a compound
    In text book look for diagram of a compound.
  22. Identify a diagram of a mixture.
    In text book look for diagram of mixture.
  23. Be able to identify a diagram of a test tube different liquids of water, corn syrup and cooking oil.
    Least dense, most dense

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