Saturday, 30 August 2014

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER TERMINOLOGY


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER
Select the correct term to complete the sentences.
Thermal expansion
viscosity
pascal
amorphous
elastic
pressure
Archimedes’ principle
Boyle’s law
stress
density
tensile strength
buoyancy
Charles’ law
1. The metric unit used when measuring stress or pressure is the ____.
2. ____ is a measure of how much force a material can withstand per
cross-section area.
3. Rubber is a more ____ material than steel.
4. Salt is crystalline and plastic is ____.
5. The ____ of a material is its mass divided by its volume.
6. The ____ of a material is the stress at which it breaks under tension.
7. Temperature increases cause ____ in almost all solid materials.
8. ____ is a measure of the upward force a fluid exerts on an object that
is immersed.
9. Maple syrup is a thick fluid that does not flow easily and has a high
____.
10. ____ states that the force exerted on an object by a liquid is equal to
the weight of the fluid displaced by the object.
11. As you pump more air into a bicycle tire, you increase the ____ inside
the tire.
12. ____ states that the volume of a gas increases with increasing
temperature.
13. ____ states that as the pressure of a gas increases, its volume
decreases proportionally.