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has mass and volume matter
pure substance made of only one type of atom element
pure substance made up of atoms of more than one type of element that have been chemically bonded compound
has a fixed composition; will be an element or compound pure substance
smallest part of an element that retains all the properties of that element atom
physical combination of substances in which each substance retains its own properties, and the properties of the mixture are a combination of the properties of each component mixture
mixture in which the components are evenly distributed homogeneous mixture
another term for a homogeneous mixture solution
mixture in which the components are not evenly distributed heterogeneous mixture
can be observed without changing the identity of the substance physical property
ratio of an object’s mass to its volume density
relates to a substance's ability to undergo a change that transforms its identity into a new substance with new and different properties chemical property
change the physical appearance of a substance change a substance’s appearance, but not its identity physical change
change in which one or more substance are converted to one or more new substance, with new and different properties chemical change
another term for a chemical change chemical reaction
change in which energy is put in to make the change happen endothermic process
change in which energy is given off as a result of the change exothermic process
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