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When the mass of the products of a chemical reaction mustbe the same as the mass of the reactants in that reaction Law of Conservation of Mass
When something changes physically Physical change
When something changes chemically Chemical change
What is a simplest form of matter that cant be broken? Element
What is a shorthand way of showing/writing atoms,molecules and equations? Chemical formula
What are one of the types of molecules? Element Molecule
Name one of the types of molecules? Compound Molecule
What is a way of describing a chemical reaction? Chemical Equation
What is a process that produces chemical change? Chemical Reaction
What are substances that go through a chemical change Reactants
What are substances that result from a chemical change? Products
What tells the number of molecules? Coeficient
What tells the # of a certain type of atom in one molecule? Subscripts
Created by: N0407257