Properties of matter
Mass: the amount of matter in an object.
Volume: the amount of space an object takes up.
Weight:(on earth) a measure of the force of gravity between Earth and object.
Density: a measure of how tightly packed matters is; the amount of mass contained in a given volume.
- Buoyancy: the upward push on an object by the liquid (or gas) the object is placed in.
Conduct: allow heat or electricity to flow through readily.
Insulate: not allow heat or electricity to flow through readily.
Solubility: dissolves in water
Magnetism: attracts a magnet
States of Matter: any of the forms matter can exist in.
Melting Point: the temperature at which a solid changes state into a liquid.
Boiling Point: the temperature at which a liquid changes state into a gas.
Freezing Point: the temperature at which a liquid changes state into a solid.