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Chemistry Unit 1

Chemistry Test

Metric System Used everywhere except 3 countries including the US - grams, meters and liters
Meters Length in Metric system (M)
Grams Weight and Mass in Metric System (g)
Liters Volume in Metric System (L)
Base Meters, Grams, Liters
Kilo 1,000 times the base
Hecta 100 times the base
Deca 10 times the base
Deci 1/10 of the base
Centi 1/100 of the base
Milli 1/1000 of the base
Conversion Factor a ratio of equivalent measurements used to convert a quantity from one unit to another
Physical Properties and Physical Changes Does not change the chemical's composition
Chemical Properties and Chemical Changes Changes the chemical's composition
Chemical Changes indicators 1: Color/ Odor Change 2: Precipitate/ Gas Formation 3: Temperature Change- Energy 4: Irreversability
Density how much stuff in in an space
How to find mass M= DxV
How to find volume V= M/D
How to find density D= M/V
Volume how much space an object takes up
Mass How much stuff is in an object
Created by: ecpearce