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Chemistry

TermDefinition
Qualitative Data Data described with words
Quantitative Data Data described with numbers
Pure Substance A substance that is made of only one thing
Photosynthesis A process in which a plant takes sun, carbon dioxide, and water to make sugar for itself and releases oxygen in the process
Volume A measure of how much space something takes up.
Mass The amount of 'stuff' something contains
Atom a building blocks of every chemical element
Matter Anything that has volume (takes up space) and has mass
Pollutant Unwanted atoms in the air
Molecule A particle that is made up of two or more atoms
Compound A pure substance made up of two or more different elements
Physical Change Changing from one state to another (ex. liquid to solid) without changing chemically
Chemical Change Changes the chemical structure (chemical reaction)
Created by: katelynschmitt