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5th Grade Properties of Matter
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The oxygen that we breathe is a molecule made of two oxygen atoms.
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The oxygen that we breathe is a molecule made of two oxygen atoms.
True
Molecules are particles that have more than _____ atoms joined together.
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Molecules are particles that have more than _____ atoms joined together.
one
An atom is the _____ unit of an element.
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An atom is the _____ unit of an element.
smallest
Electrons are much smaller than protons and neutrons. They have about _____ times less mass.
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Electrons are much smaller than protons and neutrons. They have about _____ times less mass.
1,800
a particle with one unit of positive charge
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a particle with one unit of positive charge
proton
Mass is measured in pounds.
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Mass is measured in pounds.
False. Mass is measured in grams and kilograms.
Materials such as glass, rubber, and plastic are all called _____.
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Materials such as glass, rubber, and plastic are all called _____.
insulators
this measures how much space matter takes up
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this measures how much space matter takes up
volume
a resistance to sinking
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a resistance to sinking
buoyancy
amount of matter in an object
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amount of matter in an object
mass
What is needed in order to change the state of matter?
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What is needed in order to change the state of matter?
energy
When it rains, _____ happens as gas changes to liquid and falls to the ground.
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When it rains, _____ happens as gas changes to liquid and falls to the ground.
condensation
Oxygen molecules are usually found as a gas, but at very low temperatures, they can become a(n) _____.
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Oxygen molecules are usually found as a gas, but at very low temperatures, they can become a(n) _____.
liquid
Most bridges and buildings have _____ joints to allow the objectís volume to change with heat.
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Most bridges and buildings have _____ joints to allow the objectís volume to change with heat.
expansion
process that changes a gas into a liquid
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process that changes a gas into a liquid
condensation
Sulfuric acid and nitric acid are both commonly used acids.
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Sulfuric acid and nitric acid are both commonly used acids.
True
Elements in the far-left columns of the periodic table are alkali metals.
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Elements in the far-left columns of the periodic table are alkali metals.
True
One chemical property of a substance is its _______, or whether or not it can catch fire.
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One chemical property of a substance is its _______, or whether or not it can catch fire.
flammability
a way a substance reacts with another substance
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a way a substance reacts with another substance
chemical property
the process of a liquid changing into a gas
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the process of a liquid changing into a gas
evaporation
a smaller particle with one unit of negative electric charge
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a smaller particle with one unit of negative electric charge
electron
smallest unit of an element
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smallest unit of an element
atom
the temperature at which something boils
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the temperature at which something boils
boiling point
a particle with no electrical charge
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a particle with no electrical charge
neutron
decrease in volume due to change in heat
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decrease in volume due to change in heat
thermal contraction
Name as many physical properties as you can. There are at least 15 from this chapter.
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Name as many physical properties as you can. There are at least 15 from this chapter.
mass, weight, volume, density, color, hardness, odor, magnetism, buoyancy, conductor/insulator, malleable, ductile, state, melting/freezing point, boiling point




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