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Revision of States Of Matter and Classification of Substances

Name the three states of matter. Solids, Liquids and Gases
What is the changing of a solid to a liquid more commonly known as? Melting
What is the changing of a liquid to a gas more commonly known as? Boiling
What is the changing of a liquid to a solid more commonly known as? Freezing
What is the changing of a gas to a liquid more commonly known as? Condensing
What is the spreading out of a gas to fill all available space better known as? Diffusion
What do you call a substance that is made up of only one type of atom? An element
What is a compound? Two or more substances mingled together and chemically combined.
What compound is formed when a mixture of iron and sulphur is heated together? Iron Sulphide
What compound is formed when magnesium is burned in oxygen? Magnesium Oxide
What is the smallest part of an element that still retains the properties of the element, more commonly known as? An atom
What is a group of two or more atoms joined together chemically known as? A molecule
Created by: joeykenn