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Chapter 2 - PCM

Physical Changes in Matter

The smallest possible particle of matter Atom
A substance having atoms of more than one element Compound
Describes a substance by itself Physical Property
Results in a new substance Chemical Change
Describes how a substance reacts with other substances Chemical Property
Process of melting or freezing Change of state
Another name for chemical change Chemical reaction
A particle made of two or more atoms Molecule
Substance having just one kind of atom Element
The smallest possible particle of matter. Atom
Does not result in a new substance. Physical Change
Always happens during a chemical change. A new substance is produced
Created by: patkinson