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Chapter 3

Matter the substance that makes up all physical objects
element a substence that is at its purest form, it can not be broken down into and smaller components
compound 2 or more diffrent elements bonded to gether
mixture any 2 things mixted together, not bonded at atomic level
homogeneous solution the parts actually mix, you can not see the seperate parts
heterogeneus solution the parts mix, but you can see the various parts
distillation using diffrent substances diffrent boiling points to concentrate of separate the various parts out of a mixture
physical changes changes to the size, shape, or other physical things
physical properties the properties of an object, in the physical sense
chemical changes changes in the chemical make up
law of conservation of matter matter cannot be made or destroyed
Created by: auswise10