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5 th Grade Science-1st Six Weeks Unit 1, Lesson 3 CScope Vocabulary Words
boiling point the temperature that a liquid turns to a vapor or gas punto de ebullición la temperatura cuando un líquido se convierte a vapor o gas
buoyancy the ability of matter to float in a liquid or gas flotabilidad capacidad de la materia de flotar en un líquido o gas
constant property a property of matter that does not change propiedad constante una propiedad de materia que no cambia 32°F
density the concentration of matter in an object densidad concentración de materia en un objeto
freezing point the temperature at which a liquid turns to a solid punto de congelamiento la temperatura en cual un liquido se convierte en un solidó
melting point the temperature at which a solid turns to a liquid punto de fusión la temperatura en cual un solidó se convierte a liquido
temperature the average kinetic energy of all the molecules in an object temperatura la energía cinética promedio de todas las moléculas de un objeto
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