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Matter Vocab

Science

TermDefinition
atom (noun) a particle that is the smallest basic unit of matter
chemical property (noun) a special characteristic of a substance that describes how it reacts with another substance.
compound (noun) a substance that contains 2 or more different elements chemically bonded together. An example is water.
element (noun) a substance that contains only one kind of atom. There are 92 elements that occur naturally. An example is iron.
matter (noun) anything that has mass and takes up space; anything with mass and volume.
mixture (noun) 2 or more substances that have been mixed together, but each substance still has its original characteristics. An example is mixing Cheerios and paper clips together.
molecule (noun) a particle of matter that has 2 or more atoms chemically bonded together. The atoms can be the same or different.
particle (noun) a tiny bit of something
physical property (noun) a special characteristic of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the substance (example - color, density, etc.)
property (noun) any special characteristic of a substance that can be used to identify that substance.
pure substance (noun) a substance that contains only one kind of particle. An element and a compound are both pure substances.
Created by: tam.nguyen3110