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Classification of matter

TermDefinition
Atoms building blocks, make up everything. single unit of matter.
Matter made up of molecules and atoms.
Molecules made up of atoms. multiple atoms bonded together.
Elements what is left from the Big Bang. Makes the periodic table. atoms and molecules made up of one single type of atom.
Compounds The result of elements being put together. a molecule made up of two or more different types of atoms.
Pure substance a substance made from one type of matter. can be an element or a compound.
Mixture a substance made up of multiple types of matter.
Heterogeneous matter a mixture where the particles are not evenly distributed.
Homogeneous matter a mixture where the particles are evenly distributed.
Created by: lexispradling