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Matter

Mater qestuons adn stuf

InquiryConclusion/Resolution
1. Where are transition metals located on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the Transition metals section. (In the middle and bottom.)
2. Where are the least reactive elements on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the least reactive elements section. (at the very far right, in the least group.)
3. Where are the most reactive elements on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the most reactive metals section. (on the very far left.)
4. Where are the metalloids on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the metalloids section. (Zigzag line on the not so very far right.)
5. Where are the nonmetals on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the nonmetals section. (Next to the zigzag line on the range between not so very far right and very far right,)
6. Where are the metals on the periodic table? Aisle 6. In the metals section. (they are in the range between very far left and not so very far from the middle.)
7. What is the smallest part of an element? Atoms.
8. What is the smallest part of a compound? Molecule.
9. What does a period represent? How many atomic orbitals they have. (1st, one. 2nd, two.) energy levels.
10. What does a group represent? How many valence electrons they have. And in turn, their tendency for reaction. Family/columns
11. What is the definition of mass? The amount of matter in an object.
12. What is the Law of Conservation of Matter? Matter can be not destroyed, nor created.
13. What is the definition of density? How tightly packed atoms in an object are/How resistant of movement one's atoms are.
14. What is the formula for density? p=m/v
15. What are the types of physical properties? looks, tastes, surface area, shape, phase of matter, etc..
16. What are the types of chemical properties? Tendency for reaction, chemical composition. toxicity, combustibility
17. What is the definition of melting point? The temperature (relative to the particular substance at hand) in which the substance at hand changes phases from solid to liquid.
18. What is the definition of combustibility? An objects tendency to achieve ablazement.
19. What is the definition of reactivity? Tendency for change in composition when another substance is present, or due to the lack of presence of a stabilizing substance. forms a new substance.
20. What is the definition of boiling point? The temperature (relative to the particular substance at hand) in which the substance at hand changes phases from liquid to gas.
21. What is a solute? Dissolved in solvent.
22. What is a solvent? What a solute is dissolved in.
23. What is a solution? a mixture in which solute is uniformly distributed among the molecules of the solvent.
24. What is a homogenous mixture? A mixture; uniform in composition. Pure substance.
25. What is a heterogeneous mixture? A mixture; informal in composition.
26. What does the atomic number represent? Number of protons present in an element.
27. What does the atomic mass represent? Amount of mass present in an element.
28. What is a noble gas? One of the scarcely reactant gases (in Aisle 6 in the noble gas section.) on the right of the periodic table.
29. How do you find the number of neutrons? Subtract atomic number from atomic mass.
30. What are reactants and products? Reactants are changed into a different substance called the product.
Created by: Christopher R.