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Matter Energy Terms

Review Terms and Definitions about Matter and Energy

DefinitionTerm
What the universe is made of matter and energy
Anything that has mass and volume matter
The part of the universe that is not matter energy
Two things energy does NOT have mass and volume
One thing energy makes matter do work
One thing energy makes matter do move
One thing energy makes matter do change
Makes up most of the universe matter
Two main types of matter elements and compounds
Building blocks of matter elements
Substances that cannot be broken down elements
Where elements are shown periodic table
Substances formed when 2 or more elements react compounds
The amount of matter in something mass
The pull of gravity on something weight
Does not change when something moves to a different location mass
The force that pulls objects together gravity
The distance from one point to another length
Created by: rrichards2