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Chemistry

QuestionAnswer
Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space
Chemistry The study of matter and how it changes
Physical property Easily identified properties such as color, size, and shape.
Chemical change When two or more elements combine to make a new substance that cannot be reversed
Reactans The substance that undergoes and Chemical change
Products New substances formed by the chemical change
Chemical equation A short and easy way to show a chemical reaction using symbols
Conservation of matter States that no matter is nor created nor destroyed
Organic compound Most compounds that contain carbon
Inorganic compound A compound that doesn't contain compound
Atom Simplest part of matter
Nucleus Center part of an atom
Created by: matt_cobaugh