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Anything that takes up space and has mass. Matter
The body of coherent matter. Mass
The amount of space that an object occupies. Volume
Particles in an object that are close together that you can't squeeze together, wood. Solid
Particles in an object that are close together but are not in an fixed position, water. Liquid
Particles in an object that are spread out, oxygen. Gas
Any property that is measurable whose value describes a physical system's state. Physical Property
Any of a material's properties that become evident during a chemical reaction that changes a substance. Chemical Property
Smallest unit of matter. Atom
Number of protons in an atom of a given element. Atomic Number
Number of protons plus the number of neutrons in an atom. Atomic Mass
Center of the atom that has the protons and the neutrons. Nucleus
Positive subatomic particles in the nucleus. Proton
Neutral subatomic particles in the nucleus. Neutron
Negative subatomic particles that are around the outside of the nucleus. Electron
The ability to be flattened into a sheet, bendable. Malleability
The ability to be stretched into a wire. Ductility
The ability to react with another substance. Reactivity
Horizontal rows on a periodic table. Period
Vertical columns on a periodic table. Groups
Temperature where solid turns to liquid. Melting Point
Temperature where liquid turns to gas. Boiling Point
Shiny, good conductors, malleable, ductility. Metal
Like both metal and non-metal, shiny, malleable, semi-conductors. Metalloid
Poor conductors, mostly gases, dull. Non-Metal
Created by: bigbadbullock