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Science Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Volume The amount of space something occupies; the amount of space something takes up.
Mass The amount of matter in an object or sample.
Matter Anything that has mass and volume.
Compress (verb) Reduce the volume of something by applying force or pressure.
Open System Matter can be transferred into or out of the system.
Particle The smallest piece of a substance that is still that substance.
Force A push or a pull.
Stock Solution A large volume of reactant that has a premeasured concentration
Excess Reagent Or Excess Reactant The extra reactant that remains after the chemical reaction has ended.
Limiting Reagent Or Limiting Reactant The reactant that limits how much product can be formed in a chemical reaction; the reaction stops when all of the limiting reagent is used up.
Created by: Delaneyc