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Chemistry Exam

Chemistry: Final Exam

TermDefinition
Sublimation
Diffusion
Deposition
Effusion
Vaporization
Condensation
Melting Point
Boiling Point
Gas
Solid
Liquid
Plasma
Thermometer
Barometer
STP
what are the 4 units of pressure we use and the numbers that go with them?
Boyle's Law
Charles' Law
Gay-Lussac's Law
Ideal Gas Law
Combined Gas Law
Hydrogen Bonding
Surface Tension
Hydrate
Deliquescent
Emulsion
Aqueous Solution
Solvent
Solute
Law of Conversion of Matter Matter can neither be created nor destroyed
Volume
Matter
Mass
Mole
Chemistry Study of Matter
What are the steps for the scientific method? Question Hypothesis Experiment Analyze Conclusion
Heterogeneous Mixture Mixture that is different throughout
Homogeneous Mixture Mixture that is the same throughout
Sig Fig rules
Weight
How to convert celsius to kelvin add 273
What is the density formula? D=M/V
how to determine how many electrons an element has
how to determine how many neutrons an element has
how to determine how many valence electrons an element has
Created by: Rlips