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Unit 2 Chem Quiz#1

Unit 2 Chemistry Quiz #1 Review

Anything that has volume and mass Matter
The amount of space taken up by an object Volume
The volume of a liquid is expressed in _______ and _______. Liters and Mililiters
The volume of solid objects is expressed in _____ _____. Cubic Units
Examples of cubic units are _____ and _____. Cubic Meters and Cubic Centimeters
The amount of matter in an object Mass
Are mass and weight essentially the same thing? No
How do mass and weight differ? Mass never changes; weight depends on the gravitational pull on an object.
Mass is usually expressed three ways: Milligrams, Grams and Kilograms
What is inertia? The tendency of all objects to resist any change in motion
What is a measure of inertia? Mass
The more _________ and object is, the greater its inertia. Massive
Matter that can be observed without changing the identity of the matter: Physical Properties of matter
What is the amount of matter in a given space? Density
Calculate Density D=M/V
True or False? The density of a substance can vary at a given pressure or temperature. False
A substance's ability to change into a new substance with different properties is said to have Chemical Properties
Chemical Properties can only be observed when New substances can be made
What type of property is always the same no matter what size the sample? Characteristic Property
What two properties are used to classify substances and distinguish between different substances? Chemical and physical properties
The measure of the gravitational force on an object Weight
Give an example of a chemical property Firework
Give an example of a physical property Cold ice cream
What is the volume of a box if it is 3m high, 5m long and 3m wide? Volume = 45m3 (meters cubed)
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