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Physical Properties Notes and Venn Diagram HW
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 A physical property of matter can be ____________________________ or
______________________________ without changing the matter’s identity.
Examples of physical properties of matter include:
 thermal conductivity- how _____________ a substance transfers ____________.
 state (or phase)- the physical form that a substance exists as: ________________,
_________________________ or ____________________.
 density- the _____________________ per unit __________________.
 solubility- how well a substance ________________________ in another
substance.
 ductility- the ability of a substance to be pulled into a __________________.
 malleability- the ability of a substance to be ________________________ or
________________________ into thin sheets.
Using Physical Properties to Identify Matter:
Density describes the relationship between mass and volume. It the ______________
________ ______________________ in a given ______________________.
Liquids may separate because they have different densities, like oil and vinegar. The
____________________ floats to the top because it is ________________ dense. The
____________________ sinks to the bottom because it is _______________ dense.
To calculate (solve) for density:
Density = Mass (Density=Mass divided by Volume)
Volume
OVER
VENN DIAGRAM:
COMPARE AND CONTRAST 2 OBJECTS
HW: DRAW A VENN DIAGRAM BELOW THAT
COMPARES AND CONTRASTS 2 PEOPLE
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