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Sec 1.2-1.4 Vocab

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Sec.1-2 weight The measure of the force of gravity on a substance.
Weight is the measure of the force of ____ on a substance gravity
Sec. 1-2 mass The measure of how much matter is in a substance
Mass is the measure of how much _________is in a substance. matter
Sec. 1-2 volume The amount of space a substance takes up
Volume is the amount of __________ a substance takes up. space
Sec. 1-2 density The measure of how much mass is in a given volume
Sec. 1-2 S.I. (Metric System-International System if Units-System international) The system of metric units used by scientists to measure the properties of matter
Sec. 1-3 atom The smallest particle of an element
Sec. 1-3 molecule The smallest unit of a compound, or a combination of two or more atoms
Sec. 1-3 chemical bond The force that holds two atoms together.
Sec. 1-4 ore A rock that contains a metal or other economically useful element
Sec. 1-4 electrolysis A process in which an electrical current breaks chemical bonds.
Sec. 1-4 electrode A metal strip used in electrolysis.
Created by: Katrina1212