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Science Vocab. MMJH


Law and Conservation of MassAnswer
Physical Change Still the same substances even if its size shape or color changes.
Chemical Change To change the chemical properties of an atom to create a new substance.
Chemical Formula a represenation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements.
Element One of a class of substances that cannot be seperated into simpler substances by all chemical means.
Molecule a group of atoms bonded together.
Compound Molecule made up of two or more elements.
Chemical Equation Shows elements or molecules or reactants that go through chemical change to make a product or more molecules.
Chemical Reaction When you combine the Reactants to make the Product.
Reactants The part of the Chemical Equation that goes through the Chemical Reaction.
Products The answer or out come to the Chemical Equation.
Coefficent Number Before the Variable. (element)
Subscript any character or number or symbol written next to and slightly below another.
Diatomic Two of the same atom.
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