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UNIT D EXAM REVIEW

Review for Unit D Exam

TermDefinition
BURNING A CANDLE CHEMICAL CHANGE
BAKING A CAKE CHEMICAL CHANGE
CRUMPLING UP PAPER PHYSICAL CHANGE
CABBAGE JUICE CHANGING COLORS WHEN VINEGAR ADDED CHEMICAL CHANGE
AN IRON NAIL RUSTS CHEMICAL CHANGE
A SUGAR CUBE DISSOLVES IN WATER PHYSICAL CHANGE
A PLANT CREATING ITS OWN FOOD THROUGH PHOTOSYNTHESIS CHEMICAL CHANGE
MIXING SAND AND WATER PHYSICAL CHANGE
ICE CREAM OR BUTTER MELTING PHYSICAL CHANGE
BREAKING A GLASS BOTTLE PHYSICAL CHANGE
A COIN OR SILVERWARE TARNISHES CHEMICAL CHANGE
FOOD DIGESTING IN A PERSON'S STOMACH CHEMICAL CHANGE
A NEW SUBSTANCE IS FORMED CHEMICAL CHANGE
CHOPPING WOOD FOR FIRE PHYSICAL CHANGE
REMOVING THE CRUST FROM A SANDWICH PHYSICAL CHANGE
ROASTING A MARSHMALLOW CHEMICAL CHANGE
PAPER IS BURNED CHEMICAL CHANGE
PAPER IS SHREDDED PHYSICAL CHANGE
FIREWORKS EXPLODE CHEMICAL CHANGE
FOOD ROTS / MILK SOURS / MOLD GROWS ON BREAD CHEMICAL CHANGE
MIXING FLOUR, SUGAR, AND EGGS BEFORE BAKING A CAKE PHYSICAL CHANGE
AN ODOR IS PRODUCED CHEMICAL CHANGE
SOMETHING NEW IS CREATED CHEMICAL CHANGE
LIQUID WATER FREEZES / ICE MELTS / WATER VAPOR CONDENSES INTO CLOUDS PHYSICAL CHANGEG
A MOLECULE THAT IS MADE UP OF AT LEAST TWO KINDS OF ELEMENTS COMPOUND
ATOMS COMBINE TO FORM THESE SUBSTANCES MOLECULES
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR HYDROGEN H
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR LITHIUM Li
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR BERYLLIUM Be
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR OXYGEN O
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR CARBON C
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR NEON Ne
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR ALUMINUM Al
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR POTASSIUM K
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR SODIUM Na
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR SULFUR S
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR SILICON Si
TOOL TO ARRANGE ELEMENTS BY CHARACTERISTICS PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR ARGON Ar
ELEMENT SYMBOL FOR MAGNESIUM Mg
Created by: Pullen