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Changes of Matter

How matter changes in different situation

Chemical Change a change resulting into a new chemical substance
Physical Change a change to it's outside as in looks,color without creating a new sustance
Chemical Property a property that allows it to chemically change as in rusting
Physical Property a property that allows it to physically change as in smashing
Synthesis 2 or more components come together to form a compound
Decomposition when 2 or more compounds break down into its individual components
Single Replacement when 2 different compounds switch one part of their components
Double Replacement when 2 different compounds switch 2 different components
Atom the basic unit of a chemical element, which is able to mutiply creating a molecule
Molecule A group of atoms that come together that forms chemical bonds
Conservation of Mass balancing a chemical equation, meaning you cant destroy mass conservation means saving mass
Created by: xcallmedcx