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Modern Chemistry C1

study of matter and the changes it undergoes because of energy chemistry
study of carbon containing compounds organic chemistry
why do chemists use instruments to improve ability to observe and make measurements
study of materials that do not contain carbon inorganic chemistry
study of composisiton of materials analytical hemistry
study of substances and processes in living things biochemistry
Using math and computers to understand chemistry and to design new compounds theoretical chamistry
any substance with definite composition chemicals
resrach done to increase knowledge basic
research conducted to solve a problem applied
work done to produce a product that will improve life technological development
anything tht has mass and volume matter
amount of 3-D space an object occupies volume
measure of the amount of matter mass
Smallest unit of element that maintains the chemical identify of that element atom
Pure substance made of only one type of atom element
Made from atoms of 2 or more elements that are chemically bonded, can be broken down into simple stable substances by chemical means compound
properties that depend on amount of matter that is present extensive
properties that do not depend on amount of matter that is present intensive
properties that can be observed or measured without changing the identity of a substance physical
properties that relates to a substance’s ability to undergo changes into a different substance chemical
definite volume, definite shape, particles vibrate or rotate in place solid
definite volume, indefinite shape, partiles slide over one another liquid
indefinite volume, indefinite shape, atoms move very quickly, atoms are far apart gas
a change in which a substance is converted into a different substance chemical change
another term for chemical change chemical reaction
energy is never destroyed or created law of conservation of energy
Blend of 2 or more types of matter, variable compositions, Each retains its own identify and properties mixture
Fixed composition, compound or element pure substance
uniform mixture, cannot distinguish the individual parts homogeneous mixture
mixture that is not uniform, can distinguish the individhal parts hetereogenous mixture
the big picture, seen with the naked eye macroscopic
at the particle level, nanoscale microscopic
pure substance, cannot be broken down by chemical means element
columns on the periodic table, an also be alled families groups
rows on the periodic table periods
elements that are good conductors metals
elements that are poor conductors nonmetals
hammered or rolled into thin sheets malleable
can be drawn into wires ductile
an element that has some characteristics of metals and nonmetals, appear along staircase line metalloids
elements in group 18 noble gases
a homogeneous mixture is also called theis solution
Created by: mrsrutschilling