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What is mass?
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What is mass?
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
What is volume?
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What is volume?
The amount of space an object takes up.
Two examples of chemical properties.
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Two examples of chemical properties.
Flammability, reactivity
What are three clues that a chemical reaction has taken place?
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What are three clues that a chemical reaction has taken place?
Fizzing, foaming, odor, color, precipitate
Name 6 physical properties.
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Name 6 physical properties.

Solubility? Physical or chemical property
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Solubility? Physical or chemical property
physical
Malleability is...
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Malleability is...
The ability of a substance to be pounded or hammered into thin sheets.
What is state of matter? physical or chemical property
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What is state of matter? physical or chemical property
physical
What are the states of matter in order from least amount of energy to greatest amount of energy.
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What are the states of matter in order from least amount of energy to greatest amount of energy.
s,l,g,p
Ductility is....
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Ductility is....
The ability of a substance to be drawn into a thin wire
Which state of matter has a definite shape and definite volume?
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Which state of matter has a definite shape and definite volume?
solid
Which state of matter are the particles are vibrating in place?
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Which state of matter are the particles are vibrating in place?
solid
Which two states of matter take the shape of their container?
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Which two states of matter take the shape of their container?
liquid and gas
Which state of matter has an indefinite shape and indefinite volume?
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Which state of matter has an indefinite shape and indefinite volume?
gas
plasma is...
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plasma is...
hot, ionized gas
What is weight measured with?
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What is weight measured with?
spring scale
What is the difference between mass and weight?
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What is the difference between mass and weight?
accept all reasonable answers
honey versus water...which has a higher viscosity?
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honey versus water...which has a higher viscosity?
honey
what is the formula for density?
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what is the formula for density?
mass /volume
what is the opposite of evaporation?
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what is the opposite of evaporation?
condensation
What is the most common state of matter in the universe?
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What is the most common state of matter in the universe?
plasma
Where can we find plasma? 3 examples.
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Where can we find plasma? 3 examples.
flames, stars, lightning
The change of state from a solid to a gas is known as...
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The change of state from a solid to a gas is known as...
sublimation
exothermic is releasing or absorbing energy?
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exothermic is releasing or absorbing energy?
releasing
endothermic is releasing or absorbing energy?
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endothermic is releasing or absorbing energy?
absorbing
Name the three changes of states that are endothermic
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Name the three changes of states that are endothermic
melting, vaporization, sublimation




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