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Chapter 2: Matter 2A

color physical property
shape physical property
density physical property
magnetism physical property
conductility physical property
ductility physical property
rust chemical property
burning something chemical property
rot/decomposing chemical property
combustion & flamability chemical property
melting solid to liquid
freezing liquid to solid
condensing gas to liquid
vaporizing liquid to gas
compounds two or more DIFFERENT elements chemically bonded together
molecules snallest individual units in compounds - 2 or more elements chemically bonded together; they can be made of the SAME element to two or three different elements
diatomic elements hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, flourine, chlorine, bromine, iodine
monatomic elements neon, helium, argon, radon, xenon
CO2 compound
NaCl compound
N2 element
Cu element
Chlorine element
water compound
soil heterogenous mixture
pure air homogenous mixture
alcohol compound
solubility physical property
boiling point physical property
water is heated and changed to steam physical change
evaportaion physical change
milk sours chemical change
pancakes cooking on a griddle chemical change
grass growing on a lawn chemical change
water is absorbed by a paper towel physical change
oxygen element
carbon dioxide compound
subscripts smaller numbers written at the lower right of the symbol in a formula
coefficients the numbers in front of a formula and refer to the entire unit
formulas represent compounds and tell what type fo element and how many atoms of each type of element are in and individual unit of the compound
no change in the composition of the matter physical properties
how matter changes in the presence of other matter chemical change
Created by: olive215



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