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Tasha's voc. 11-29

Tasha's voc. 11-29

mixture two or more substances that are mixed together but can be separated out because their atoms are not combined
solution a mixture in which a substance breaks up into its most basic particles, which are too small to be seen, and spreads evenly throughout another substance
dissolve to form a solution with another substance
physical property a way of describing an object using traits that can be observed or measured without changing the substance into something else
physical change a change in one or more physical properties
chemical properties describe the way a substance reacts with other substances
chemical change a change that produces new substances with new properties
chemical reaction a process that produces one or more substances that are different from the original substance
states of matter a form that matter can take solid, liquid, or gas
freezing point the temperature in which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid
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