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Chapter 2

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matter anything that takes up space.
pure substance a substance that is not a mixture, and that is pure.
element one class of substances that can not be seperated.
compound composed of two or more elements.
mixture product of mixing.
homogeneous solution one substance is dissolved into another, and you can not tell the difference.
heterogeneous solution two or more substances mixed, and you could see the two different substances.
distillation the purifacation or concentration of a substance
physical properties properties that can be seen, touched, or smelt.
physical changes changes that effect the physical properties of an object.
chemical changes changes that effect a substances chemical make up
chemical properties the chemical make up of a substance
law of conservation of matter matter can not be destroyed, it can only be changed.
Created by: wpotter30