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Mixing Matter

Matter Vocab

TermDefinition
Chemical change a change in the chemical makeup of a substance
Physical change a change in the size, shape, or color of a substance that does not change it into a different substance
compound a combination of two or more elements
bonds a connection between atoms that are joined together to form a molecule
solution a mixture in which the atoms of a solid separate and become invisible in a liquid
suspension a mixture of a liquid and a solid in which the solid does not dissolve
Chemical reaction a process in which one substance is changed to another
matter anything that takes up space and has weight
saturated being at the point at which no more of a liquid, solid, or gas can be absorbed by a solution at a given temperature
atoms the smallest parts of an element
concentrated how much of a substance is present in a solution
electrons particles that are part of an atom and that orbit the nucleus; they have a negative electrical charge
mixtures combinations of substances in which chemical reactions do not occur
molecules the smallest part of a substance that can exist by itself, made of two or more atoms
neutrons particles in the nucleus of an atom that have no electrical charge.
nucleus the positively charged central region of an atom, consisting of protons and neutrons, and containing most of the atom’s mass
elements substances that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
protons tiny particles that are part of the nucleus of an atom; they have a positive electrical charge
Created by: Snelson-24