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TVCS 5/6 Science

Chemistry vocabulary

The substance that things are made of matter
A change in which the substance changes to a a different kind of matter/substance - it gives off or takes in heat chemical change
The smallest particle of an element that has the properties of an element and can exist either alone or in combination atom
The smallest portion of a substance retaining all the properties of a substance in a mass molecule
The act or process by which a solid, liquid or gaseous substance is dissolved in another liquid solution
Strength or force gained by motion or development of events. momentum
A change in which the matter stays the same but change in size, shape or appearance. physical change
One of the four substances, fire, water, air, and earth or formally believed to make up the physical universe element
A natural substance that is neither plant or animal mineral
The speed at which an object travels velocity
An increase in speed or progress acceleration
A substance that acts upon something else to cause a permanent change. chemical
To compel by physical moral or intellectual meaning force
A substance composed of two or more elements compound
A particular kind of matter with uniform properties substance
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