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volume
How much space an object takes up
mass
how much matter an object contains (it's weight)
matter
a substance of which all objects are made
property
something about an object that can be observed such as size or shape
states of matter
3 forms (solid, liquid, or gas)
atoms
a small particle that makes up all matter
evaporate
to change form, from a liquid to a gas
water vapor
water in the form of a gas
condense
to change from a gas to a liquid
chemical change
a change in the size, shape, or appearance of matter
dew
water vapor that condenses on cool surfaces, usually during the night
fog
cloud that forms just above the earth's surface
cirrus clouds
high feathery clouds made of tiny pieces of ice
cumulus clouds
fluffy clouds, like cotton puffs
stratus clouds
layered clouds, usually bring rain
precipitation
moisture that falls to the ground from clouds
water cycle
movement of water from the ground to the air and back to the ground by evaporation, condensation and precipitation.