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Nature of Matter

Unit 1 - Nature of Matter

TermDefinition
matter has mass and takes up space
pure substance type of matter with a fixed composition
mixture matter made of two or more substances that can be easily separated
element substance that contains only one kind of atom
compound substance that contains two or more elements in a fixed proportion
homogeneous mixture of two or more substances blended evenly throughout
heterogeneous mixture in which different materials can be easily distinguised
physical property characteristic of a material that is observed or measured
chemical property characteristic of a substance's ability to undergo a chemical change
physical change change that does not alter the composition of matter
chemical change change that causes one substance to change into another substance
mass amount of matter in an object
volume amount of space an object occupies
density mass per unit volume of material
meter SI unit of length
liter SI unit of volume (liquid)
kilogram SI unit of mass
metric/SI Units worldwide system of measurement based on units of ten
Created by: vfenstermaker