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Matter 2015

the smallest bit of matter atom
state change from a liquid to a gas with high heat boiling
What is CO2 carbon dioxide
What holds compounds together? chemical bonds
two or more elements chemically bonded together to form a new substance compound
salt, water, and carbon dioxide are examples of: compounds
state change from a gas to a liquid condensation
how tightly or loosely packed matter is density
Who invented the Periodic Table of the Elements Dmitri Mendeleev
whether or not something stretches elasticity
what part of the atom has a negative (-) charge electron
what do you find spinning around the nucleus electrons
What part of the atom is shared when elements combine to form compounds? electrons
What is a pure substance made up of the same kind of atom? element
Gold, helium, lead, and oxygen elements (examples)
state change from a liquid to a gas without high heat evaporation
state change from a liquid to a solid freezing
which state of matter can you compress (squeeze into smaller spaces) gas
What is the chemical formula for water? H20
you can change the state of matter by adding or taking away: heat
the simplest element with one proton and one electron hydrogen
what two elements make up water hydrogen and oxygen
the state of matter with a no definite shape, but a definite volume liquid
which two states of matter take the shape of their container liquid and gas
how light reflects off of something luster
the amount of matter in an object mass
Anything that has mass and takes up space matter
state change from a solid to a liquid melting
which element is a metal and a liquid mercury
Shiny, malleable, conducts heat and electricity; theses are properties of: metals
Are more elements metals or non-metals? metals
a combination of different ingredients like salad or trail mix mixture
Which can be separated more easily: a compound or a mixture mixture
Salad and trail mix are an example of: mixtures
What is the center part of the atom called? nucleus
The center part of an atom nucleus (atom)
the state of matter found in lightning plasma
what increases when you compress a gas pressure
what part of the atom has a positive (+) charge proton
What two particles are found in the nucleus? proton and neutron
What is NaCl (sodium chloride) salt
which state of matter has the least energy solid
A mixture when something is dissolved into something else Solution
Lemonade and saltwater Solutions (examples)
how something feels (rough or smooth) texture
What makes on element different than another? the number of protons in the nucleus
What do we call the table that organizes all of the known elements? The Periodic Table of the Elements
the amount of space an object takes up volume
what is H20 water
Measures the pull of gravity on an object weight
Created by: PRO Teacher lit123