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# Chemistry

What is matter? Anything that has volume or mass
Is sound matter? No, sound is not matter
What are physical properties? A property or characteristic that can be observed or measured without the identity of the matter
What is ductility? The ability of matter to be used as wire
Is electrical conductivity a physical property? Yes, electrical conductivity is a physical property
T or F ~ 3g/cm3 is a measurement of density. True, 3g/cm3 is a measurement of density
What state of matter has the least amount of energy? Solid has the least energy
What state of matter has the most amount of energy? Plasma has the most energy
T or F ~ grams measure weight False, grams measure mass
We use the displacement method to ___________ measure the density of an irregular shaped object
What is volume? The amount of space something takes up
What is mass? The amount of matter in something
Is gravity matter? Gravity is not matter
What is the equation for measuring density? Mass divided by volume
Newtons measure _______ Newtons measure weight
What is a chemical property? A property that can only be observed when the substance reacts and changes into a new substance
Is dissolving a chemical change? No dissolving is a physical change
What is a chemical change? When 2 or more substances react and a new substance forms
If my toast warms up in the microwave, is that a physical change? Yes toast warming up is a physical change
Is fruit rotting a physical or chemical change? Fruit rotting is a chemical change
Is iron rusting a physical change? No iron rusting is a chemical change
If I put a capsule in water and it starts producing fizz, is that a physical change? No a capsule reacting by producing gas is a chemical change
Is burning a tree a chemical change? Yes burning a tree is a chemical change
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