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CRIntSciMatterVocab

CRIntegratedScienceMatterVocabulary

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combination of two or more types of matter; can usually be separated mixture
different throughout; is not the same throughtout heterogeneous mixture
the same throughout homogeneous mixture
another name for a homogeneous mixture; is the same throughout solution
part of the solution that gets dissolved; is usually present in the smaller amount solute
part of the solution that does the dissolving; is usually present in the greater amount solvent
what a substance is made of; can be determined by analyzing a substance composition
allows a substance to be changed from one substance into another; tells how likely a substance is to undergo a chemical change or chemical reaction chemical properties
can be observed without changing the identity of the substance physical properties
how well something dissolves solubility
how closely packed the particles are in a substance density
temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid melting point
temperature at which a liquid changes to a gas boiling point
how resistant a substance is to flowing viscosity
ability of a metal to be shaped by hammering or rolling malleability
change of matter from its solid state to its liquid state melting
change of matter from its liquid state to its solid state freezing
change of matter from its liquid state to its gas state evaporation
change of matter from its gas state to its liquid state condensation
change of matter from its solid state directly to its gas state sublimation
change of matter from its gas state directly to its solid state deposition
Created by: CRMissK