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5 th Grade Science Unit 2 Vocabulary Textbook, SAMS, and external vertical team words Mrs. Thornburgs version
What do we call the smallest unit of an element that has the properties of that element?
What do we call the central part of an atom, made up of neutrons & protons?
What do we call one of the very small parts in the nucleus of an atom that carries a positive electrical charge?
What do we call one of the extremely small parts in the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge?
What do we call a tiny particle that moves around the nucleus of an atom? (It carries a negative electrical charge.)
In chemistry, what do we call a substance that is made of only one kind of atom and cannot be split into a simpler substance?
What do we call a group of two or more atoms that are joined chemically?
What occurs when matter changes from one state to another, such as from a liquid to a gas?
Change of state
What do we call a change in which a substance remains the same substance?
What do we call a combination of two or more different substances?
What do we call it when something seems to disappear when mixed with liquid?
What do we call a mixture made up of a substance that has been dissolved in a liquid?
What do we call a trait, such as color, shape or hardness, that describes a substance by itself?
What do we call a property that involves the ability of a substance to react with other materials to form new substances?
What do we call a change in which a substance or two becomes a new substance or two?
What do we call a change in which one or more new substances are formed?
What do we call a substance made of two or more different elements?
What do we call it when the mass of the products of a chemical reaction equals that mass of the reactants?
Law of conservation of mass
What do we call anything that has weight and takes up space as a solid, liquid, or gas?
What do we call the amount of physical matter an object contains?
What do we call a unit such as ounce, pound or ton, that is used for measuring?
What do we call the amount of space taken up by a three-dimensional shape such as a box or a room?
What do we call a tool that measures an objects mass?
What do we call something that measures forces, such as weight or friction, or heat and cold?
What do we call a tool used to make quantitative observations of the volume of liquids?
What do we call an observation that involves numbers or measurements?
What do we call an observation that does not involve measurements or numbers?
What do we call a substance that is hard and firm, not liquid or gas?
What do we call a wet substance that pours?
What do we call a substance, such as air, that will spread to fill any space that contains it?
What do we call changing from a liquid to a gas?
What do we call changing from a gas to a liquid?
What do we call the temperature at which a liquid that has been heated turns into a gas?
What do we call the temperature at which a liquid turns solid or freezes?
What do we call the temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid because of heat?
What do we call measurement of temperature using a scale on which water boils at 212 degrees and freezes at 32 degrees?
What do we call a measurement of temperature using a scale on which water boils at 100 degrees and freezes at 0 degrees?
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