-Sublimation: Gas to solid, heat loss, Solid to gas, Heat gain.
-Condensation:Gas to liquid, heat loss.
-Freezing: Liquid to solid, heat loss.
-Melting: Solid to liquid, heat gain.
-Evaporating: liquid to gas, heat gain
-Cohesion: The attractive force between like molecules.
-Adhesion: The attractive force between unlike molecules.
-Five Examples of cohesion: water to water, soup to soup, oil to oil, juice to juice, milk to milk.
-Five Examples of adhesion: water to milk, juice to soup, oil to water, milk to oil, milk to soup.
-How do you find the volume of a liquid? A cube? An irregular solid?: Measure it, LxWxH, water displacement.
-Solve: If each side of a cube is 8cm, what is the volume? (show equation and work)V= LxWxH V= 8x8x8 V= 64x8 V= 512 cm3
-Solve: If the length of a cube is 7cm, the width is 3cm, and the height is 2cm, what is the volume? (show equation and work)V= LxWxH V= 7x3x2 V= 21x2 V= 42cm3
-Mass: the amount of matter in an object.
-Volume- How much space an object takes up.
-Density: the amount of mass in a given area.
-Water displacement:1. fill up graduated cyliner, write down measurement. 2. put in object and write down measurement, 3. subtract 1st measurement from second measurement. 4. label it.
-Weight and Mass difference: mass is how mush space an object takes up and weight is the amount of gravity pushing on an object.
-What tool do you use to find the mass of an object?: Triple Beam Balence.
-Drop: one bead of liquid
-Heap: more than one bead of liquid.
Know why soapy water has less cohesion than water: because the soap has a low cohesive force so it brings the waters cohesive force.
-Surface Tension: allowing an object to float on the surface of a liquid, caused by the cohesive force.
-Viscosity: the resistence to a liquid flowing
-Profile of an object: a drawing of the top and side veiw of a drop or heap.
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-Sublimation: Gas to solid, heat loss, Solid to gas, Heat gain.

-Condensation:Gas to liquid, heat loss.

-Freezing: Liquid to solid, heat loss.

-Melting: Solid to liquid, heat gain.

-Evaporating: liquid to gas, heat gain

-Cohesion: The attractive force between like molecules.

-Adhesion: The attractive force between unlike molecules.

-Five Examples of cohesion: water to water, soup to soup, oil to oil, juice to juice, milk to milk.

-Five Examples of adhesion: water to milk, juice to soup, oil to water, milk to oil, milk to soup.

-How do you find the volume of a liquid? A cube? An irregular solid?: Measure it, LxWxH, water displacement.

-Solve: If each side of a cube is 8cm, what is the volume? (show equation and work)V= LxWxH V= 8x8x8 V= 64x8 V= 512 cm3

-Solve: If the length of a cube is 7cm, the width is 3cm, and the height is 2cm, what is the volume? (show equation and work)V= LxWxH V= 7x3x2 V= 21x2 V= 42cm3

-Mass: the amount of matter in an object.

-Volume- How much space an object takes up.

-Density: the amount of mass in a given area.

-Water displacement:1. fill up graduated cyliner, write down measurement. 2. put in object and write down measurement, 3. subtract 1st measurement from second measurement. 4. label it.

-Weight and Mass difference: mass is how mush space an object takes up and weight is the amount of gravity pushing on an object.

-What tool do you use to find the mass of an object?: Triple Beam Balence.

-Drop: one bead of liquid

-Heap: more than one bead of liquid.

Know why soapy water has less cohesion than water: because the soap has a low cohesive force so it brings the waters cohesive force.

-Surface Tension: allowing an object to float on the surface of a liquid, caused by the cohesive force.

-Viscosity: the resistence to a liquid flowing

-Profile of an object: a drawing of the top and side veiw of a drop or heap.

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