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Chapter 3 Vocab

TermDefinition
States of Matter Solid, Liquid, and Gases are the most familiar states of matter.
Plasma When atoms break down into parts with electric charges.
Freezing and Melting Freezing point is when a liquid becomes a solid Melting point is when solid becomes a liquid.
Evaporation When liquids become gases.
Condensation When gases become a liquid.
Matter Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
Elements Everything in the world is made of elements.
Metals Most elements are metals.
Nonmetals and Semimetals Nonmetals do not conduct heat or electricity very well. Semimetals are sometimes like metals, and sometimes.
Atoms The smallest part of an element that still acts like an element
Atomic  Arrangement The way atoms are connected to other atoms can change the  properties of the element. 
Compounds A type of matter made of two or more elements 
Created by: Brooklyn-Collins