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1.1 Science Vocab

Element Is a substance that cannot be broken down into other substances.
Symbol Each element is given a symbol which is usually derived into the first or first two letters of the element’s name.
Periodic Table Elements have been organized by its properties and put into the periodic table.
Metals are solid at room temperature, often shiny and can conduct electricity and heat well.
Malleable Can be hammered into shape.
Ductile Can be drawn into wires.
Alloys Mixture of metals to make a stronger metal.
Non-Metals is a group of seventeen elements with the exception of hydrogen in group 1, appears at the far right of the periodic table. Eleven of these are gases at room temperature.
Metalloids Have properties between metals and non-metals.
Compounds Are substances made out of two or more different kinds of elements
Chemical Reaction Help create a compound
Chemical Formula Represents compounds
Atoms Small particles which make up matter.
Created by: angelique410