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Chapter 3 vocab. KTO

What is Chemical Property? Something that describes the ability of a substance to react with another material and form a new substance.
What is a Phisical Change? A change that does not make a substance into a new substance.
What is a Chemical Change? A change in which one or more new substances are formed.
What is Phisical Property? A property that describesa substance by itself, such as color, shape, density, or hardness.
What is matter? Anything that has mass and takes up space.
What is mass? The amount of matter that something has.
What is a solution? A mixture in which all the substances are evenly distributed.
What is volume? The amount of space something takes up.
What is a mixture? A combination of two or more substances that keep their original properties.
What is density? The amount of Mass something has in relation to it's volume.
Created by: christiangirl188