MATTER I
MATTER II
TOOLS OF SCIENCE
PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL
STATE OF MATTER
100
Anything that has mass and takes up space
What is matter?
100
A wooden block with a mass of 12 grams total has how much if broken in half?
6 grams
100
Type of hand lens.
What is the accepted scientific name of a magnifying glass?
100
Melting, boiling, condensing, freezing, etc.
What are examples of physical changes?
100

Solids, liquids, gas, plasma

What are the four states of matter?

200
Building blocks of matter.
What are Atoms?
200
 The amount of matter in an object
What is mass?
200
 Used in science to look at cells.
What is a microscope?
200
Rusting, corrosion, gas formation
What are examples of chemical change?
200
This has a definite shape and volume.
What is a solid?
300
This is the same on the Moon as the Earth.
What is mass on the moon compared to mass on the Earth?
300
In a pan balance, if one side is 300 grams, how much is the other side?
300 grams
300
Used to measure mass.
What is a triple beam balance?
300
Color, Odor, Shape, Texture, ETC
What are examples of Physical Properties?
300
This state has a definite volume but takes the shape of the container.
What is a liquid?
400
The measure of the pull of gravity on an object.
What is weight?
400
The weight of an object is ___________ on the moon.

            ( more, less, or the same)

What happens to the weight of an object on the moon?
400
Used to measure liquid volume.
What is a graduated cylinder?
400
flammability, reacts with Oxygen, reacts with acids
What are examples of chemical properties?
400
This fills it's container, does not have a definite volume, and has an electrical charge.
What is a plasma?
500
Object will sink.
What happens to objects that are more dense than water?
500
Fluids resistance to flow.
What is viscosity?
500
Used to measure the average motion of molecules in a substance.
What is a thermometer?
500
Phase changes, cutting, mixing, etc.
What are examples of physical changes?
500
This state of matter does not have a definite volume and fills it's container.
What is a gas?
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