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1.  What is meant by the  words ‘properties’ of  materials’?  2.  What does  ‘brittle’ mean?  3.  Name a brittle material 4.  What is the  main reason why glass is  used to make windows?  5.  What is the opposite of  absorbent? 6.  What does viscous  mean?
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7.  What are the 2 common  materials that are  magnetic? 8.  Name the 2 uncommon  materials that are  magnetic? 9.  Name 2 shiny metals  used to make good  jewellery.  10.  What does absorbent  mean? 11.  Name an elastic  material 12.  What is another name  for elasticity?
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13.  What does opaque  mean? 14.  Which cans, aluminium or  steel, are removed from  rubbish using magnets? 15.  What are the ends of  magnets called? 16.  Name 2 properties of  brick 17.  What is the opposite of  rigid? 18.  What material would  be good for making  socks?
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19.  What does repel mean? 20. 
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