
a quantitative observation that always consists of a number and a unit 


the distance between two points 


amount of matter in an object 


duration ; how long something has been in existance 


measurement of the degree of heat of a substance 

Converting Kelvin > Celsius 

Subtract 273 from the Kelvin degree 

Converting Celsius > Kelvin 

Add 273 to the Celsius degree 

Converting Celsius > Fahrenheit 


Converting Fahrenheit > Celsius 


Converting Kelvin > Fahrenheit 

Convert the Kelvin degree to Celsius and then the Celsius degree to Fahrenheit 

Converting Fahrenheit > Kelvin 

Convert the Fahrenheit degree to Celsius, and then the Celsius degree to Kelvin 











Freezing Point Fahrenheit 



measurement for Temperature 






measurement for Particles of Matter 




measurement for Electric current 


measurement for Luminous Intensity 


flow of electrons in an electrical current 




atoms, molecules, ions, electrons, etc. 

There are seven ____________ units in the SI ; all other units are derived units 


Units for ______, ______, & ______ are the most common derived units used in chemistry 


If the density of a solid is _________ than the density of a liquid, then it will sink 


If the density of a solid is _________ than the density of liquid, then it will float 



how much mass a substance has in relation to its volume 


the ratio of the mass of a substance compared to the mass of an equal volume of pure water 
