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PAULA DUNGAN

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Vocabulary 1st 6 weeks

  • Conductivity – ability to conduct electrical current
  • Density – the amount of matter that will fit into a given amount of space
  • Ductility – ability to be stretched into a wire without breaking
  • Hardness – ability of a mineral to resist scratching 
  • Luster – how the surface of a mineral appears when it reflects light (e.g., shiny or dull)
  • Malleability – ability to be formed or shaped under pressure (e.g., metals hammered or rolled into thin sheets)
  • Mass – the amount of matter in something
  • Metalloids – substances that exhibit some properties of metals and nonmetals
  • Metals – substances that have the physical properties of luster, conductivity, and malleability; may appear in all three states of matter
  • Nonmetals – substances that have the physical properties of being dull, insulators, and brittle; may appear in all three states of matter
  • Streak – the color of a mineral seen when rubbed on a streak plate
  • Volume – the amount of space that a substance or object occupies
  • Cleavage- the tendancy of mineral to break along flat planar surfaces

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Classroom Number:
41
School Phone:
361-362-6070
Conference Time:
11:50-12:35