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Classifying Matter

Chemistry

TermDefinition
Compound When two or more different elements are chemically bonded together
Mixture When two or more substances are combined, but do NOT chemically bond. They just mix.
Element A pure substance made of only one type of atom.
Heterogeneous Mixture A mixture in which the different parts are still visible.
Homogeneous Mixture A mixture that is the same throughout. The different parts are not visible.
Physical Property A property that can be observed without changing the identify of a substance. Examples include color, luster, texture, malleability, density, conductivity, etc.
Chemical Property A property that can only be observed by changing the identify of a substance. Examples include reactivity and flammability.
Physical Change Does not change the identify of a substance. Examples include tearing, boiling, melting, freezing, etc.
Chemical Change Changes the identify of a substance. Examples include rusting, burning, reacting with water
Created by: cyclonescience