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Matter/Properties 11

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What are physical properties of metal? shiny, bendable, conducts heat
An object that takes up more space than another object has a greater? volume
How many different elements are in a molecule H2O? 2 Hydrogen and 1 Oxygen
Which of the following elements in the periodic table has properties most similar to Sulfur? Oxygen, Silicon, or Boron Oxygen
What are the particles in salt that arrange themselves in geometric patterns called? crystals
What happens to atoms when you heat water? They spread out - more room
When does dew form? When water vapor is cooled.
Can materials in simple mixtures be separated easily? Yes
What is the substance that dissolves called in a solution? solute
Is the density in a gold ring and a gold necklace the same? Yes
Created by: legner