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Matter & Elements

matter, elements, properties & changes

Physical Change No change to the substance. Example: ice cubes melting.
Chemical Change Results in a new substance being formed. Example: burning logs for a campfire.
Chemical Property Reacting with other substances, flammability, combustible are all examples.
Transition Metals located in the center of the table, groups 3-12
Noble Gases located on the far right side of the table, group 18
Element symbols are found on the Periodic Table,
Matter made up of particles called atoms
Density found by using mass and volume of an object, can be used to identify substances.
Atom building blocks of all matter, smallest unit of an element.
Protons positive charge +, found in the nucleus
Electrons negative charge -, orbit the nucleus of atoms
Neutrons no charge, found in the nucleus
Atomic Number Number of protons an element contains.
Created by: crumsey