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