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Chapter 5 Matter


matter anything that has volume and mass
states of matter the forms matter can come in
mass how much matter something contains
solid the state of matter where molecules are close and only vibrate
liquid the state of matter where molecules slide past each other and this form takes the shape of the container
gas th state of matter where molecules move fast and are spread far apart
atom the smallest part of matter
mixture two or more substances that are combined
volume how much space something takes up
solution a special mixture where the items are evenly spread out and harder to separate
solute the matter that there is less of and is doing the dissolving
solvent the matter that there is more of and does the dissolving
diluted a thinner and weaker solution because there's not much solute
concentrated a strong solution because there's a lot of solute
saturation when there's so much solute in that a solvent cand dissolve any more and you'd see some of it on the bottom
chemical change a change in matter where the substances react with each other and change into something new or different
physical change a change in matter where the size, shape, or state of matter changes, but the substance is still the same
Created by: spierslori