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Science EOG Review

Valence Electrons The electrons on the outer shell
Open System A system where things are allowed to enter and escape
Closed System A system where nothing is allowed to enter or escape
Homogeneous Mixture A mixture that is not easily separated
Heterogeneous Mixture A mixture that is easily separated
Crystal Lattice The symmetrical three-dimensional arrangement of atoms inside a crystal
Electrolysis Chemical separation through electricity
Boiling Point The temperature at which something begins to boil
Melting Point The temperature at which something begins to melt
Malleability The ability for something to be molded into sheets
Coefficient The number in front of the variable
Pure Substance A substance that is made of only itself, Pure
Change of state When something changes it's form to another form. Solid, liquid, gas.
Law of Superposition The law that states that younger rock layers lay on top of older layers.
Intrusion When magma comes between layers of rocks.
Created by: 17gentrc