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Matter Test 2016

TermDefinition
A characteristic that can be observed without changing the identity of the matter. physical property
The ability to dissolve and mix evenly with water solubility
The ability to be molded and shaped, like clay malleability
How shiny an object is luster
Ice turns to liquid water when it reaches its melting point
The measure of the pull of gravity on an object weight
The smallest unit of matter atom
Two or more different elements bonded together and can’t be separated compound
Two of the same atoms joined diatomic molecule
Your weight would change on a planet because of the change in gravity True
How many types of atoms are in an element? one
Homogeneous mixtures are the same in all parts. True
Heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures are always liquids. False
Baking a cake is an example of a physical change. False
Elements and compounds are two types of pure substances True
A diatomic molecule is still an element. True
Copper wire heats up quickly because it has good thermal conductivity
The reason why a paper clip will attach to a magnet. magnetic attraction
The type of mixture that can be separated by physical means heterogeneous
The air inside a balloon. An example of matter.
An example of a homogeneous mixture lemonade
Created by: sackerman