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100 200 300 400 500 What is Matter Physical Properties Chemical Properties Measuring Matter Chemical or Physical Change SI Units
The space an object occupies A 100
What is volume A 100
The amount of matter in an object A 200
What is mass A 200
To measure the volume of a liquid, you read this curved line A 300
What is the meniscus A 300
What is the method used to measure irregular solid objects A 400
What is displacement A 400
How are mass and inertia related A 500
Mass is the measure of inertia. The more mass, the more inertia to move the mass. A 500
This physical property describes the relationship between mass and volume B 100
What is density B 100
This example of a physical property is when metal can be pulled into wires B 200
What is ductility B 200
When metal can be flattened into sheets, this physical property is know as: B 300
What is malleability B 300
When a substance undergoes a physical change, its ______ does not change. B 400
What is identity B 400
Give two examples of a physical change that water can undergo B 500
What are freeze, melt or evaporate B 500
The chemical property that describes the ability of two or more substances to combine to form a new substance is? C 100
What is reactivity. C 100
What is the most important question to ask to determine if the change is chemical or physical? C 200
What there a composition change. C 200
Describe the ways that burning wood changes the identity/nature of the wood. C 300
What is the wood becomes ash, smoke and heat. C 300
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What is the name of the process by which water is broken down into Hydrogen and Oxygen using an electric current. C 400
What is electrolysis. C 400
Give two examples of a chemical change. C 500
Mixing baking soda and vinegar, souring milk, burning anything flammable, digesting food, etc. C 500
Calculate the volume of a cube where each side is 10 cm D 100
What is 1000 cm3 D 100
What is the volume of a rock when placed in 20 mL before and 55 mL after? D 200
What is 35 cm3 D 200
What is the weight of a textbook with a mass of 450 g? D 300
What is 4.5 N D 300
What is the density of an solid object with a mass of 200 grams and a volume of 500 cm3? D 400
What is 0.4 g/cm3 D 400
What is the density of a mystery substance with a mass of 115 grams and volume of 250 milliliters D 500
What is 0.46 grams per milliliter D 500
Baking Bread E 100
What is chemical E 100
Dissolving sugar or salt in water E 200
What is physical E 200
Digesting food E 300
What is chemical E 300
Burning wood E 400
What is chemical E 400
Bending a piece of glass tubing E 500
What is physical E 500
The SI unit for mass F 100
What is grams F 100
This SI unit is used for weight F 200
What is the Newton F 200
This SI unit is used for density F 300
What are grams per cubic centimeter OR grams per milliliter? F 300
This SI unit is used for liquid volume F 400
What is liters or milliliters F 400
This SI unit is used for volume solid objects F 500
What are cubic centimeters F 500
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