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vocab lesson 1

boiling point the point at which matter changes from a liquid to a gas
melting point the temperature at which matter changes from a solid to a liquid
mixture a combination of two or more different substances in which the substances keep their identities.
chemical change change in one or more substances caused by a reaction that forms new and different substances
conservation of matter a law that states that matter cannot be made or destroyed however matter change into a new form
physical change change in which the shape or form of the substance changes but the substance still has the same chemical makeup
freezing point the temperature at which matter is changed from a liquid to a solid
matter anything that takes up space
solution a mixture that has the same composition throughout because all its parts are evenly mixed together
physical properties anything that you can observe by an object by using one or more of your senses
Created by: andujarn