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5 electron Anything that has mass and takes up space mass matter neutron

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8 Solid, liquid, gas, plasma States of matter conductors Boiling point Conservation of mass

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11 The state of matter depends on this measurement Boiling point metric Freezing point temperature

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14 Mass can neither be created nor destroyed. Physical change Conservation of mass States of matter Chemical change

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17 These changes produce new substances. physical insulator neutral chemical

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20 The ___ of water is 100 degrees C. Dew point Repel point Boiling point Freezing point

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23 Physical or Chemical change?? Dew on a windshield changes to frost chemical Incorrect physical

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26 Physical or Chemical change?? Magnesium metal burns and becomes a white powder chemical Incorrect physical

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29 Physical or Chemical change?? A pine log is cut into boards Incorrect physical chemical Incorrect

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32 Energy of matter in motion physical chemical potential kinetic

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35 The density of a material is expressed as… Mass x volume Mass + volume Mass / volume Mass = volume

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38 All elements are composed of extremely small particles called… atoms cells chemicals protons

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41 The measurement of how much mass is contained in a given volume is… mass matter mixture density

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44 The ability to do work or cause change… Law of conservation of mass Potential energy States of matter energy

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47 A stretched rubber band is an example of… Potential energy Physical energy Chemical energy Kinetic energy

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50 Radio waves and visible light are examples of… Chemical reactions States of matterElectromagnetic energy technology

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53 Soil and salad are examples of… Chemical change mass mixture Yummy recipe

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56 A mixture in which you see the different parts… homogeneous potential electromagnetic heterogeneous

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59 The measurement of how much matter an object contains… matter massvolume meter

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62 In photosynthesis, plants change electromagnetic energy into… Chemical energy Potential energy Physical energy brownies

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65 The fact that matter is not created nor destroyed is called.. Murphy’s Law Law of Conservation of Mass Law of Matter of Fact States of Matter

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