Properties Of Matter
Mass- a measure of the amount of matter in an object.
Volume- a measure of how much space an object takes up.
Weight- the force of gravity between earth and an object
States of matter- One of the three forms that matter can take solid,liquid,and gas.
Buoyancy- the upward push of a liquid on an object placed in it
Density- a measure of how tightly packed the matter in an object is
conduct- to allow heat to pass through easily
Insulate- to prevent heat from passing through
solubility- the quality or property of being soluble able to dissovle
magnetism- the power to be attracted
boiling point- the temperture for each substance at which it changes from liqiud to gas
Freezing point- another name for melting point when a liqiud changes to a solid
melting point- a particular temperture for when a substance changes frome solid to liquid
Biotic- of, relating to, resulting from living things
consumer- any animale that eats plants of any plant-eating animale