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chariteristic prp.

characteristic properties, density, phase changes...

characteristic properties differences between substances density, Melting point, freezing point, boiling point, condensation…a property that is always the same no matter how much of it you have
density how much space something takes up- mass/volume
phase change transitions between states of matter , pressure and temp can cause it to occur
melting point:: ------> freezing point <------
condensation:: <------ boiling point ------>
liquid fixed volume, molecules not tightly packed, medium energy, no fixed shape
pressure makes things take up less room and become less dense, force per area
solid fixed volume, molecules tightly packed, low energy,fixed shape
gas no fixed volume, molecules loosely packed, high energy,no fixed shape
sublime solid--->gas
states of matter solid, liquid, gas
sublimation::------> deposition<------
deposition gas--->solid
chromatography separation of mixtures by solubility and molecular weight
solubility how well something dissolves into something else
distillation the separation of a liquid by heating or cooling
hydrogen bonding apart of water molecules, when hydrogen is attracted to another type of atom like oxygen or nitrogen
filtration uses solubility to separate mixtures by a filter
floatation the separation of a mixture by the use of density
Created by: nsteiner23