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chemistry/dylan

chenistry review

QuestionAnswer
what are three physical properties? lustre, clarity, ductility
what are two chemical properties? color change, combustion,
what is neutron? an atom that consists of a nucleus that has a subatomic particle in it
the ability to hammer metal sheets into wires? ductility
what is a homogeneous mixture? a mixture that shows one liquid in a mixture
what is a heterogeneous mixture? a mixture that shows two or more liquids in it
what are valence electrons? electrons that on the last shell
a powdery solid formed from mixing two liquids? precipitate
a term that describes burning of a substance? combustion
a way to measure volume by misplacing water? Archimedes principle
Created by: chickenman669