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phys and chem change

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A change that occurs without changing the identity of the substance. Physical Change
A change that occurs by changing the identity of the substance. Chemical Change
When 2 or more substance are combined physically. Mixture
When 2 or more substances are combined chemically and can't be separated by physical means. Compound
A mixture where parts are mixed evenly throughout (same). Homogeneous mixture
A mixture where parts are uneven throughout (different). Heterogeneous mixture
A type of mixture where the solute is dissolved/mixed evenly in the solvent. Solution
The part of the solution that dissolves. Solute
The part of the solution that the solute dissolves in. Solvent
The smallest unit of matter Atom
One of the 100 or more units that make up all matter, and found on the Periodic Table. Element
The amount of matter in an object. Mass
The elements and compounds you start with in a reaction/equation. Reactant
The elements and compounds that you end with in a reaction/equation. Product
The ability to react with another element or compound. Reactivity
The number in front of the molecule. Coefficient
The number to the bottom right of an element that tells how many atoms there are of that element. Subscript
Group 1 a highly reactive group of metals that makes compounds with Group 7 (17). Alkali metals
Group 7 (17) a highly reactive group of non-metals that makes compounds with Group 1. Halogens
Group 8 (18) a group of non-reactive, non-metals that are all gases at room temperature. Noble gases
The smallest unit of living things. Atom
Thepart of the cell where energy is made through cellular respiration. Mitochondria
The part of the plant cell where photosynthesis occurs. Chloroplast
The control center for the cell. Nucleus
The part of cell where proteins are made. Ribosomes
The part of the cell where water, food, and waste is stored. Vacuole
A sugar molecule used for energy Carbohydrate
An organic compound that makes up fats and oils in living things. Lipid
An organic compound made of amino acids that do the work in a cell. Protein
The molecules that carry the instructions for the cell (RNA and DNA). Nucleic acid
A sugar made from carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Glucose
The process plant cells use to make glucose. Photosynthesis
The pigment in chloroplast that traps the energy in sunlight. Chlorophyll
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