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looking_at_materials_y5_6 - state, but changes can also be...

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Looking at materials. Name………………………………………….       Date…………………… Air is all around us, it is a ………………   Porous materials contain many ………… When a porous material is dry,  these gaps are filled with ………… When the material is placed in ……………  the air is ……………………… and rises as …………………  when the water is …………………………… Melting and dissolving are two ways that we can change the  ………………… of materials. Sometimes the material returns to its original 
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Unformatted text preview: state, but changes can also be We showed that air has mass. We looked at porous materials using a microscope. Examples of melting and dissolving. Gaps/pores Air Water Displace Bubbles Absorb Reversible Irreversible State Materials Changes Porous Melting Temperature Dissolving Boiling Evaporation Condensation Bubbles Solid Liquid Gas Particles Molecules Air resistance Weight Mass Inflate Deflate Volume Measure Compressed Expand Structure Vapour Freeze Cool Heat Predict Result Method Conclusion Pattern Hypothesis Sample Factor Science...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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