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Allyson Nicole

Science Chapter 6

What is a single kind of matter that is pure? substance
What are characteristics of matter that can be observed or measured without changing the type of matter? Physical properties
What are examples of physical properties? color and odor
What is a physical change? It involves altering some of the physical properties.
What is a chemical bond? The force of attraction that holds atoms together within a molecule.
What is a mixture? A combination of two or more substances that can be physically separated.
What is a solution? A type of mixture in which two or more substances are evenly distributed.
What is soluble? Able to be dissolved in a given solvent.
What does insoluble mean? Unable to be dissolved in a given solvent
What is a chemical change? An even which rearranges chemical bonds and forms one or more new substances with different properties.
What is a chemical property? A characteristic that describes when or how a substance will interact with other substances.
What does combustibility mean? The ability to burn.
What is a nuclear change? An even that greastly alters the nucleus of an atom.
Created by: LauraLB