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1) AUGUST 25
IMMERSE

2ND PERIOD
TO BURY COMPLETELY, AS IN LIQUID. IMMERSION(n)
1) AUGUST 28
VOLUME

2ND PERIOD
THE AMOUNT OF SPACE AN OBJECT TAKES UP OR HOW MUCH SOMETHING CAN HOLD. MEASURED IN CUBIC "SOMETHING" EX. CUBIC CENTIMETERS, CUBIC YARDS, M3,IN3 CM3
2) AUGUST 28
MASS

2ND PERIOD
THE AMOUNT OF MATTER AN OBJECT CONTAINS.
1) AUGUST 29
MATTER

2ND PERIOD
THE STUFF THAT MAKES UP ALL THE OTHER STUFF IN THE UNIVERSE. MUST HAVE MASS AND TAKE UP SPACE.
2) AUGUST 29
DENSITY

2ND PERIOD
THE AMOUNT OF MASS CONTAINED IN A GIVEN SPACE. MUST CONTAIN BOTH A MASS AND A VOLUME UNIT. EX" G/CM3
1) AUGUST 30
SCIENTIFIC METHOD

2ND PERIOD
THE WAY IN WHICH SCIENTISTS GATHER DATA AND ORGANIZE INFORMATION IN ORDER TO ANSWER A QUESTION OR SOLVE A PROBLEM.
2) AUGUST 30
OBSERVATION

2ND PERIOD
GATHERING INFORMATION BY USING THE SENSES
1) AUGUST 31
VARIABLE

2ND PERIOD
ANYTHING THAT CHANGES IN AN EXPERIMENT.
2) AUGUST 31
CONSTANT

2ND PERIOD
A FACTOR (THING) THAT DOES NOT CHANGE IN AN EXPERIMENT.
3) AUGUST 31
CONTROL

2ND PERIOD
THE STANDARD FOR COMPARISON IN AN EXPERIMENT.
1) SEPTEMBER 5
MALLEABILITY

2ND PERIOD
THE ABILITY TO BE HAMMERED INTO THIN SHEETS. (FROM" MALLET")
2) SEPTEMBER 5
DUCTILITY

2ND PERIOD
THE ABILITY TO BE DRAWN OR PULLED INTO THIN WIRES.
1) SEPTEMBER 7
PERIODIC TABLE

2ND PERIOD
A CHART WHICH IS USED BY SCIENTISTS FOR GROUPING ELEMENTS ACCORDING TO THEIR SIMILAR PROPERTIES.
2) SEPTEMBER 7
PERIOD

2ND PERIOD
A HORIZONTAL ROW ON THE PERIODIC TABLE.
3) SEPTEMBER 7
GROUP OR FAMILY

2ND PERIOD
A VRTICAL ROW ON THE PERIODIC TABLE, MADE UP OF ELEMENTS WITH SIMILAR PROPERTIES.
1) SEPTEMBER 8
ATOM

2ND PERIOD
THE SMALLEST PARTICLE INTO WHICH AN ELEMENT CAN BE DIVIDED AND STILL BE THE SAME SUBSTANCE.
2) SEPTEMBER 8
NUCLEUS

2ND PERIOD
THE SMALL, DENSE CENTER PART OF AN ATOM. INCLUDES ALMOST ALL OF THE ATOM'S MASS.
1) SEPTEMBER 11
PROTONS

2ND PERIOD
POSITIVELY CHARGED PARTICLES LOCATED IN THE NUCLEUS OF AN ATOM.
2) SEPTEMBER 11
NEUTRONS

2ND PERIOD
PARTICLES IN THE NUCLEUS OF AN ATOM WHICH HAVE NO CHARGE.
3) SEPTEMBER 11
ELECTRONS

2ND PERIOD
NEGATIVELY CHARGED PARTICLES FOUND IN CLOUDS OUTSIDE THE NUCLEUS OF AN ATOM.
1) SEPTEMBER 12
PHYSICAL PROPERTY

2ND PERIOD
A PROPERTY OF MATTER THAT CAN BE OBSERVERED OR MEASURED WITHOUT CHANGING THE IDENTITY OF THE MATTER.
2) SEPTEMBER 12
PHYSCIAL CHANGE

2ND PERIOD
A CHANGE THAT AFFECTS ONLY THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER.
1) SEPTEMBER 13
CHEMICAL PROPERTY

2ND PERIOD
A PROPERTY OF MATTER THAT DESCRIBES THE ABILITY OF A SUBSTANCE TO CHANGE INTO A NEW SUBSTANCE WITH DIFFERENT PROPERTIES THAN THE ORIGINAL.
2) SEPTEMBER 13
CHEMICAL CHANGE

2ND PERIOD
A CHANGE THAT OCCURS WHEN A SUBSTANCE IS CHANGED INTO AN ENTIRELY NEW SUBSTANCE WITH DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. CHEMICAL CHANGES CANNOT BE REVERSED USING PHYSICAL METHODS.
1) SEPTEMBER 14
MASS NUMBER

2ND PERIOD
THE SUM FO PROTONS AND NEUTRONS IN AN ATOM.
2) SEPTEMBER 14
ATOMIC NUMBER

2ND PERIOD
THE NUMBER OF PROTONS IN AN ATOM.
3) SEPTEMBER 14
ELECTRON CLOUD

2ND PERIOD
THE REGION INSIDE AN ATOM WHERE ELECTRONS ARE LIKELY TO BE FOUND.
1) SEPTEMBER 15
ATOMIC MASS UNIT

2ND PERIOD
THE AVERAGE MASS OF EITHER ONE PROTON OR ONE NEUTRON.
2) SEPTEMBER 15
ISOTOPE

2ND PERIOD
ATOMS OF THE SAME ELEMENT WITH THE SAME NUMBER OF PROTONS, BUT A DIFFERENT NUMBER OF NEUTRONS.
3) SEPTEMBER 15
ION

2ND PERIOD
AN ATOM WHICH HAS A DIFFERENT NUMBER OF PROTONS AND ELECTRONS BECAUSE IT HAS EITHER GAINED OR LOST ELECTRONS.