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Science Test Nov. 13

Element a substance made up of one type of atom
Matter something that takes up space
Mass a measure of the amount of matter in an object
Density the relationship between mass and volume
Volume the amount of space something takes up or occupies
Atomic Mass the total number of protons and neutrons in a balanced atom
Atomic Number the number of protons in the nucleus
Atom the basic building blocks of matter
Element an element is a substance made up of one type of atom
Compound a combination of two or more elements bonded with the same ratio of elements in each part
Physical property and examples color, shape, taste, texture(feel), sound
Solid definite volume and shape
Liquid definite volume no definite shape
Gas no definite volume or shape
Electrons in a balanced atom, the number of protons are the same as the number of electrons
Neutrons found by subtracting the atomic number by the atomic mass, no charge
Subscript H20: two hydrogen one oxygen
Indicators of Chemical change production of a gas, production of an odor, formation of a precipitate, change in color,change of energy/tempurature
Protons make up the identity of an element, they are the atomic number
Mixture a combination with at least two different types of compounds or elements
Created by: KB4734