|Solution||a combination of one substance dissolved evenly in another.
Properties can change when mixed.
Can be separated.
|Mixture||a combination of two or more substances.
Properties do not change when mixed
Can be separated
|Dissolve||Dissolve is when a substance breaks down into smaller pieces and is spread evenly into another substance.|
|Soluble||Able to be dissolved in a liquid.
Example: Salt is soluble in water
|Insoluble||not able to be dissolved in a liquid|
|Physical States of Matter||Solid,
change by add or remove heat
|Mass||the amount of matter in something, measure in grams|
Steel, Iron, Nickel,Cobalt
|Volume||The amount of space an object takes up
Measured in mL(milliters)
|Conductors||All metals are good conductors of electricity and heat
Copper, Aluminum,steel are conductors.
|Solubility||One substance dissolves in another substance|
|Appearance||Color, texture, shape.
|Insulators||Do not allow electricity or heat to flow through.
|Freezing Point of Water||0 degrees Celsius|
|Boiling Point of Water||0 degrees Celsius|
|Standard Unit of Temperature we use in Science||Celcius|
|Boiling Point of Water||100 degree Celsius|
|Type of Energy must be Added or Removed from matter for it to change states||Heat|
|Room Temperature in Celsius||25 degrees Celsius|
|Do we measure temperature in Science class in Fahrenheit?||NO! We measure temperature in Science Class in Celsius.|
|What are the three states of Matter?||Solid, Liquid and Gas|
|Magnets with Like Poles||Repel|
|Magnets with Opposite Poles||Attract|
|Graduated Cylinder||container used to measure Volume of a Liquid in mL (milliters)|
|Ruler||measures length in cm or mm(centimeters or millimeters)|
|Triple Beam Balance||measures mass in grams|