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Chemistry terms

Physical and chemical changes terms

TermDefinition
Melting Solid changes to liquid (PC)
Freezing Liquid to solid (PC)
Dissolving Particles of two or more substances that are separated by water.(PC)
Condense Gas to liquid (PC)
Boil Liquid to gas (PC)
Burning A substance is broken down releasing heat and light
Precipitate A solid that forms during a chemical reaction
Phase change A physical change in the state of matter
Physical change A change in the state of matter of an object. Does not change the identity of the substance.
Chemical change A change in matter that involved the creation of a brand new substance.
Chemical property of Iron Rust
Evaporate Liquid to gas (PC)
Tarnish A chemical change that occurs in metals when they contact oxygen.
Cooking Chemical change for food
Metals Shiny, Malleable, ductile, conductive. Usually a solid at room temperature.
Metalloids Has properties of both metals and Non-metals
Non-Metals Dull, poor conductors, not malleable, usually gasses at room temperature.
Created by: mlambourn