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Chemical Change A change that results in a new substance to another.
Physical Change is any change NOT involving a change in the substance's chemical identity.
Chemical property any of a material's properties that becomes happen during, or after, a chemical reaction;
physical property is any property that is measurable or plainly seen
synthesis Adding together of two or more molecules
Decomposition Breaking apart of molecule into two or more
Single Replacement Swapping out one chemical for another
Double Repacement when two parts replace each other
Atom one of the basic units of matter
Molecule A group of atoms or bigger than an atom
Conservation of Mass that mass is neither created nor destroyed
Reactants The some or the after product of a chemical equation
Product The before the reactant of adding, swapping, or breaking apart.
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