# Science / Physical Properties

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## Can you name the Physical Properties?

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Amount of a force a substance interacts with. Types: dielectric, acoustic, EM spectrum
2-dimensional size
Property for liquid to gas phase change
Ability to hold an electical charge
Our perception of light reflection
Amount of a substance mixed with another substance
How easily a certain type of energy flows through a substance
Amount per space taken
How an electric field behaves inside a substance
Extent to which materials can be deformed plastically without fracture
The # of particles per unit of space in a given phase
Amount of light produced divided by the power used to produce it
Fundamental conserved property responsible for EM interaction
Vector field containing electrical energy
Potential energy available from electrostatic interactions
The process by which the energy of a photon is released by another entity
Amount of fluid passing through a surface per unit time
Internal resistance to flow
Number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time
A constant related to the propagation of a force through a medium. Types: acoustic, electric, wave, mechanical.
Change in the electric current in a circuit causes an force that opposes the change in current
(Energy x velocity)/space
Describes the power of radiation
1-dimensional size
Position of an object
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Describes the amount of light that passes through or is emitted from a particular area
A description of the way light interacts with the surface of a crystal, rock, or mineral
Vector field generated by electric currents
Extent of magnetism passing through an area
Ability to deform under compressive stress
Amount
Property for solid to liquid phase change
Resistance to changes in rotation rate
Related to inertia
The amount of time between repetitions of a recurring event
The ability of a substance to allow other substances to pass through it
Determined by the ability of a material to polarize in response to a field
Force per unit area
Radiometric measure: amount of light
Extent to which something will dissolve in another substance
The amount of heat required to increase kinetic energy of a material by a specified amount
Degree to which an object opposes an electric current through it
A fundamental property of elementary particles
The capacity to withstand forces: tensile, compressive, shear
Average kinetic energy of atoms or molecules
Pulling force exerted by a string, cable, chain, etc.
Rate of change of position
Resistance of a fluid to being deformed by shear or extensional stress
Space or 3-D size
The magnitude of the force required to oppose the effect of gravity on an object

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