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Props of Matter

Review of the properties of matter

Kind of mixture where one substance dissolves into another. Examples would be sugar water, salt water Solution
Kind of mixture where "suspended" particles settle to the bottom over time. Examples would be muddy water and salad dressing. Suspension
A substances resistances to flow. The thicker the liquie, the slower it pours. Viscosity
A subtance that is bendable or moldable. It can be hammered into a sheet Malleability
The temperature that a substance melts. Melting point
The temperature that a substance boils. Boiling point
Property where heat or electricity can travel through a substance. This is mostly metals Conductivity
A substances mass per unit of volume(mass divided by volume). Density
This process separates a mixture based on boiling point and condensing Distillation
This process separates a mixture based on the size of the particles Filtration
A change to a substance that DOES NOT change what the substance is. Examples would be tearing paper, mowing the lawn, melting butter Physical change
Change to a substance when the substance changes to a new one. Examples would be burning paper, rust on a car, melting a candle Chemical change
Three kinds of chemical changes. How do you know there is a new substance? 1. a change in color----banana 2.production of a gas---mixing baking soda and vinegar 3. formation of a precipitate---chunky milk
The ability of a subance to burn in the presence of oxygen Flammability
A solid that forms and separates from a liquid mixture Precipitate
Two types of pure substances elements and compounds
A substances made of only one kind of atom. CANNOT be broken down Element
A substance made of two or more simple substances. CAN be broken down Compound
A mixture is classified as a solution, colloid, or suspension based on....... The size of its particles
Temperature that water melts/freezes 0 degress Celsius
Temperature that water boils 100 degress Celsius
Compounds that form when a candle burns Water and carbon dioxide
Created by: smittyb



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