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Atoms & Matter

What are the 3 states of matter? Solid, Liquid, & Gas
What makes up matter in the world? Weight, Volume, & Space
Matter in a state of solid form takes what? Definite shape and volume
Matter in a state of liquid form takes what? No shape, but does have volume
Matter in a state of gas form takes what? No shape, no volume unless it is contained
Why can hot or cold temperatures not be considered matter? They have no volume, space, or weight
Hot or cold temperatures are known to change what in matter? States of matter from solids to liquid to gas
Elements can range from 3 types of matters, what are they? Metals, Nonmetal and Semimetals
What are the smallest parts to any elements known as? Atoms
What determines the different elements in the world? The number of atoms
Everything is made of small particles and it is known as what? Atomic Theory
Atoms that connect to other atoms are trying to establish what in an element? A balance of protons and electrons
What are compounds composed of? Two or more elements that are together as a group
What are atoms created of? Protons, Electrons, & Neutrons
What are protons in an atom? The positive charge part of an atom which are located in the nucleus
What are neutrons in an atom? They have no charge at all and are connected to the protons in the nucleus of an atom
What are electrons? They are the negative charge part of an atom and they are in the outside area of an atom
What are all elements trying to establish in their atoms? A balance to keep them stable
What are atoms always trying to do with other atoms? Connect its unbalance electrons to the outer orbits of other atom electrons
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