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Fletcher 6th Matter

Fletcher 6th grade Properties of Matter Test Review

TermDefinition
Luster A physical property of metals that means shiny
Ductile A physical property that tells us that metals can be drawn into thin wires
Malleable A physical property that tells us that metals can be shaped into thin sheets even rolled up like foil.
Conductor Heat and electrical energy pass quickly and completely through metals because they are a good _______________
high In order for metals to melt the temperature has to be very _____
Element The simplest pure substance that cannot be broken down into smaller substances by ordinary means
Rusting A chemical process that converts Iron into Iron oxide
Chemical Rusting, Burning, Toasting, Cooking & Baking are all examples of _______________ change
Brittle Non-Metals cannot be shaped or pounded into thin sheets because they are ___________
compound Salt NaCl is a ____________ because there are 2 or more different elements chemically combined.
Metalloids Elements on the periodic table that properties of both metals and non-metals
Scratch A mineral hardness test reveals that Quartz is harder than Calcite because Quartz can _________ Calcite
Water Vapor The gas form of water
Boiling The fastest process of converting a liquid into a gas
Nitrogen Atomic # 7 on the periodic table
Sodium The atomic symbol Na represents what element on the Periodic table
Atom The smallest part of an element
Molecule The smallest part of a compound
Compounds NaCl, H2O, CO2, & C6H12O6 are all examples of _________
Compound Two or more different elements chemically combined
Molecule Two or more atoms chemically combined
Homogeneous A type of mixture in which the substances appear to become one substance ie. Saltwater
Heterogeneous A mixture in which the substances in the mixture are visibly different ie Peas and Carrots
Mixture Two or more substances Mixed BUT NOT chemically combined
Solution A mixture in which one substance (a solute) dissolves into another substance (a solvent)
Hardness A scratch test is a way to check minerals for __________
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