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4th - Sci Unit 8 Les

4th Grade Science Unit 8 Vocab

TermDefinition
Physical Change a change that does not result in a new substance
Solvent the substance that dissolves in a solute
Melting The change in state of a solid to a liquid
Mixture A combination of two or more substances that keep their own properties
Evaporation The change in state of a liquid to a gas
Freezing The change in state of a liquid to a solid
Solute The substance that dissolves into a solvent
Chemical Change Any change in matter in which a new and different substance forms
Chemical Reaction Another name for chemical change
Chemical Property a characteristic that describes how a substance with interact with another substance.
Solution A mixture that has the same composition throughout because all the parts are mixed evenly.
Created by: carudolph