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Howard chem solution

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anything that has mass & volume matter
building blocks of matter-- made of protons, neutrons, electrons atoms
2 or more atoms chemically combined (can be the same element or different elements) molecule
2 or more DIFFERENT atoms chemically combined compound
mixture made of parts with different properties that do not combine evenly heterogenous
mixture made of parts that combine uniformly so it looks the same throughout homogenous
2 or more substances joined physically, they each keep their own properties (they can be taken apart physically) mixture
mixture with evenly distributed particles (we usually think of it in liquid form) solution
substance being dissolved in a solution (smallest amount) solute
substance causing the dissolving in a solution (usually in the larger amount) solvent
particles are larger than in a solution, they don't settle out & they scatter light (Tyndall effect) colloid
has large particles that settle out over time suspension
theory that says the particles of matter are in constant motion & that motion changes with the temp kinetic molecular theory
substance with a definite shape & volume solid
substance with a definite volume but the shape can change liquid
substance with no definite shape or volume gas
phase change from solid to liquid melting
phase change from liquid to gas at the surface of the liquid evaporation
pahase change from liquid to gas all through out the liquid boiling
solution that conducts electricity electrolyte
solution that does not conduct electricity nonelectrolyte
the universal solvent water
molecule that has a negative end & a positive end polar
substances that don't dissolve in each other immiscible
solution that can hold more solute unsaturated
solution that is holding all of the solute it can at a given temp saturated
solution that is holding more solute that it usually can at that temp supersaturated
properties of solutions that depend on the concentration of the solution (not the identity of the solution) colligative
Created by: tracy.howard