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Matter Test

Mixture no chemical change, each material keeps its own properties, can be separated
Solution groups of molecules that are mixed in a completely even distribution. A solute dissolved in a solvent
Solute the substance being dissolved
Solvent the substance doing the dissolving
Matter anything that has mass and takes up space
Atoms the building block of all matter
Molecule two or more atoms are joined together chemically. Elements can be different or the same
Compound a molecule that has two or more different elements bonded together
Heterogeneous parts do not combine completely or evenly, different parts are visible
Homogeneous uniform distribution
Endogonic/endergonic energy is needed to make the reaction happen example: photosynthesis
Exogonic/exergonic energy is given off example: fireworks
Chemical reaction heat, light, sound, precipitate, or electricity is produced when mixed or allowed to combine
Chemical change substance changes into something new, new identity
Physical change changing the size, state of matter, or shape of an object
Physical Property Describing the state of matter, size, shape, color of an object, the attributes of the object
Chemical property the ability for the object to undergo a reaction with another substance
Created by: amastria