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Properties of Matter

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Refers to anything that occupy space and has mass. It is anything that has mass and volume. Matter
It is the amount of matter in an object. Mass
It is how strongly gravity pulls on an object.it is mass and the pull of gravity. Weight
It measures how much space matter takes up. Volume
It is the amount of mass for each centimeter cubed or milliliter of a substance. Density
It is the resistance of an object to sinking. Buoyancy
What are the states of matter? Solid, liquid and gas
It is the state of matter that has definite shape and volume. Particles are closely packed. Solid
It is the state of matter that has no definite shape. It takes the shape of its container and has definite volume. Particles are loosely packed . Liquid
It is the state of matter that has no definite shape and volume. Particles are separated widely. Gas
It is the smallest article in the matter. Atom
It is the combination of two or more matter forming a compound. Molecule
It is a physical combination of two or moresubstances that are blended together without forming a new substance. Mixture
What are the types of mixture? Homogeneous mixture and heterogenous mixture
It is the type of mixture with uniform distribution and the composition is the same throughout. Homogenous mixture
It is the type ofmixture who's composition can be varied where in individual identity is retained. Heterogenous mixture
It is a pure substance composed of only one kind of atom. Element
What are the kinds of element? Metal nonmetal and metalloids
It is in the group of elements thatconducts heat and electricity Metal
It is every drop of element that did not conduct heat and Electricity. Nonmetal
If this other times we exhibit properties between metals and non metals Metalloids
What are the examples of metals Gold, Silver and copper
What are the examples of nonmetals Oxygen sulfur and carbon
What are the examples of metalloids Germanium, antimony and boron
It is a pure substance composed of two or more substances which is chemically bonded to each other. Example. Water salt sugar vinegar Compound
What are the kinds of compounds Acid, base, salts and oxides
It is a substance that is so far in taste and could turn litmus paper into red. Acid
It is a substance that are bitter in taste and could turn red litmus paper in blue base
It is the result when acid reacts with base or vice versa. Both are now neutralized. Examples are NaCl (sodium chloride), CaSO4 (Calcium sulfate), BaCl2 (Barium chloride) Salts
These are compounds containing oxygen combined with a single element. Examples: acid (sulfuric acid - H2SO4), base (sodium hydroxide - NaOH), neutral salt (sodium sulfate - Na2SO4) Oxides
It is composed of solute and solvent Solution
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