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Properties and phases of matter

A group of atoms with the same number of protons Element
When two or more elements combine Compound
When two or more compounds combine they form Mixture
The two types of mixtures are Homegeneous and heterogeneous
The prefix “homo” means Same
The prefix “hetero” means Different
The compounds in homogeneous mixtures are Evenly distributed
Solids have a definite Volume and shape
If atoms are packed tightly together and vibrating in place, the substance is a Solid
Liquids have a definite volume, but take on the shape of the Container
11. If atoms are close together, but slowly moving past each other, the substance is a Liquid
What substance has no definite shape or volume? Gas
If atoms are far apart, and bouncing around rapidly, the substance is a Gas
Atoms are made of Protons, neutrons, electrons
Positive charged particles in the nucleus Protons
Particles with no charge in the nucleus Neutrons
Negatively charged particles outside the nucleus Electrons
Protons and neutrons make up the Nucleus
The three main states of matter are Solid. liquid, gas
Elements are organized according to their atomic number on the Periodic table
Created by: elcamino504