Solutions and Mixtures Solids, Liquids and Gases Changes in Matter Motion Forces

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What is a mixture
This is made by putting different materials together and can be easily separated.

100

What is a solid
Something with a definite volume and shape

100

What is a freezing point
The point at which an object turns from a liquid to a solid

100

What is motion
A change in the position of an object

100

What is force
A push or pull that acts on an object

200

What is a solution
A mixture in which the substances are spread out evenly and cannot be separated easily.

200

What is a liquid
Something with a definite volume but no definite shape

200

What is the boiling point
The point at which an object turns from a liquid to a gas

200

What is a reference point
Something used to determine if an object is in motion.

200

What is contact force
The force that requires two pieces of matter to touch

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What is soluility
The ability to dissolve into another material

300

What is a gas
Something with no definite volume or shape

300

What is energy
This adds or subtracts from an object when changing state

300

What is speed
the rate at which an object changes position.

300

What is friction
A type of contact force where two materials rub against each other

400

What are the solute and solvent
The two parts of a solution.

400

What is plasma
The fourth type of matter that has no definite shape or volume
 

400

What is velocity
the measure of the speed and direction of an object.

400

What is non-contact force
A force that acts at a distance.

500

What is a homogeneous mixture
A mixture with the same properties throughout.

500

What are Bose-Einstein condensates
The fifth type of matter that can be seen at very low temperatures

500

What are molecules
The amount of room that these have chanes from state of matter to state of matter.

500

Who is Issac Newton
The name of the man who came up with the laws of motion

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What is a push or pull
The only two ways to make motion

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