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Chemical Reactions

Unit Test 3 - Balancing Equations, Changing Matter

Chemical Change A change in which the object being changed its chemical structure is changed.
Physical Change A change in which it is still the same property it is just physically changed.
Chemical Property The ability to change into something new.
Physical Property The characteristics of an object.
Synthesis When you are adding chemicals together to make a compound.
Decomposition When you are breaking apart a compound.
Single Replacement When an element replaces a different chemical in a compound.
Double Replacement When two different atoms in compounds trade places.
Atom What everything is made of, has 3 parts.
Molecule A combination or group of atoms.
Conservation of Mass Matter can never be made or destroyed and all matter has to be equal.
Reactants A + B = AB Usually on the right side What are A and B?
Products A + B = AB Usually on the left side What is AB?
Created by: LTedder