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prop of matter km

what is matter? matter is anything that takes up space and has mass (the stuff that objects are made out of)
how many types of matter exists? infinate amount
what is pure matter? it has a fixed uniform make-up (always made of the same things in the same amounts)
what is elements? a substance that cannot be broken down any further into a smaller substance (matter containing only one type of atom)
what is a compound? matter containing two or more elements joined togeher the same way every time
what is impure matter? a substance which contains a mixture of elements
what is a mixture? a material system made up by two or more different substances which are mixed but not combined
matter has what two properties? physical and chemical properties
what are physical properties observed and measured
vicosity is what? resistance to flowing (thickness)
conductivity allows what? heat and energy to flow
what is malleability?
Created by: kkmarani