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Science Vocab week 1

Chemical and Physical changes in science

QuestionAnswer
The process of changing matter from a solid to a liquid by adding heat energy. Mellting
The process of changing matter from a liquid to a solid by taking away heat energy. Freezing
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a vapor or gas. Boiling Point
The temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid. Melting Point
A group of two or more atoms linked together by sharing electrons in a chemical bond. Molecules
The amount of space and object takes up. Volume
A change in size, shape, or state of matter with no new matter being formed. One example is water changing from ice to liquid. Physical Change
A change that occurs when chemical bonds are broken. An example is fire. Chemical Change
Anything that takes up space. Matter
The concentration of matter in an object. Mass
Created by: msteele4682