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atomic theory 2

Conservation of mass matter that is NEVER created or destroyed it simply reorganize its self.
Compound made from 2 different atoms that are chemically combined.
Molecule 2 atoms combined.
Covalent compound 2 nonmetals combined
Ionic compound a metal and nonmetal combined
Lewis Dot Structure a picture that shows how elements form compound, using valence electrons.
Element PURE; one type of atom.
Substance Is matter that has the same fixed compotion and properties
heterogeneous mixture A type of mixture where the substances are not mixed evenly.
solvent A substance that devolves the solute.
solute substance that dissolves and seems to disappear.
homogeneous mixture when two or more substances are mixed but do not combine chemically to form a single
precipitate a liquid becoming a solid
solution an other word for homogeneous mixture.
physical change It can be physically separated.
vaporization When a liquid forms into a gas.
condensation The process by which a gas or vapor changes to a liquid.
sublimation The process of changing from a solid to a gas.
diposition The particles may originate from a vapor, solution, suspension, or mixture.
chemical change When there is a color change, smell or gas coming out.
Created by: cvargas12