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Solid Takes up space, has definite shape, Does not take shape of its container, Atoms are close together and do not move quickly
Liquid Atoms are further apart, Atoms move faster, Takes up a definite amount of space, Takes the shape of it's container, Does not have a definite shape.
Gas Does not have a definite shape, Takes shape of its container, Always moving to fill it's container.
What is all matter made of? Atoms
What is the difference in atoms? The number of protons, Neutrons, and Electrons
What are the first four shells named and how many electrons can they hold? KLMN 2,8,18,32
What are the charges of Protons, neutrons And Electrons? Protons - Positive Neutrons - Neutral Electrons - Negative
What Are The Signs of A physical Change? Object Is The Same Size Shape And State May Change Usually reversible
What Are The Signs Of A Chemical Change? new Substance Is Formed Color Change Smell Change Texture Change Temperature Change Bubbles
What is Oxidation? When Something Combines With Oxygen
What Are Two Types Of Oxidation? Slow And Rapid
What Does All Oxidation Produce? Heat
What Are The Four States Of Matter? Liquid Solid Gas Plasma?
What is Sublimation? When Something Skips The Liquid Stage Ex. Oxygen
What Two Categories Can The Universe Be Divided Into? Matter And Energy
What Are 3 Properties Of matter? Size, Shape, Scent, Color, State
Name 5 Atoms That Are Not In Row One Of The Periodic Table Argon, Iodine, Silver, Argon, Uranium, Plutonium
What Is The Chemical Formula For Table Salt? NaCl
What Is the Chemical Formula For Dry Ice? Co2
What Is The Chemical Name For Rust? Iron Oxide
What Is The Octet Rule? that All Atoms Want 8 electrons In Their Outer Shell
Who Designed The Periodic Table? Dimitri Mendeleev
name 3 examples Of Energy Gravity, Heat, Light, Sound, Motion
Why Doesn't Galvanized metal Rust? It Has A Zinc Coating
What Happens When You Mix Calcium Chloride And Backing Soda In A Bag Of Water? heat, Bubbles, Chemical Change
What Is The Difference Between Slow Oxidation And Rapid Oxidation? Slow- Heat But No Flame Rapid - Flame Light
name Three Elements Named After Planets Or People Plutonium, Gallium, Uranium, Mercury, Mendelevium
What Is Needed To Change A Liquid To A Gas? Heat
What Color Are Most Metals? Name 2 That Are Not That Color? Sliver Gray Luster, Gold, Copper
Determine Weather Burning, Chopping, And Writing Are Physical Or Chemical Changes Burning - Chemical Chopping - Physical Writing - Physical
What The Atomic Mass Tell You? Where Is It Found? The Number Of Protons And Neutrons In The Nucleus, Found Under The Symbol
What Is The Main Difference Between A Solid And A Liquid? The Distance Of Atoms
Give And Example Of Rapid And Slow Oxidation Burning Wood, Rust, Fruit
What Charge Does A Nucleus Have? Positive
What Particles Make up The Nucleus Of An Atom? Protons And Neutrons
What Was The Atomic Number Tell You And Where Is It Found? Protons, Above Symbol
What Is Happens When Atoms Combine? Another Molecule Is Formed
What Are Two Difference Between Matter And Energy? Matter Takes Up Space And Has Mass And Is Made Of Atoms
All Metals Are Solid At Room Temperature Except Mercury
What Substance Is Formed On A Surface Of A Penny That Causes It To Change Color? Copper Oxide
Name An Element That Has One Proton, And An Element That Has 2 Hydrogen - 1 Helium - 2
What are 3 Examples Of Energy? Fire, Friction, Heat, Light, Gravity, motion, Sound
What Is Another Name For Burning? Combustion
Metals Are Called (BLANK) Since They Don't Break Apart When hit Malleable
What Is A Valence Electron? An Electron In The Outer Shell
What Are 3 Properties Of Matter? Color, Shape, Size, Texture
What Are 3 Signs Of A Physical Change? Size, Shape, State, Texture, Reversible
Were Are Electrons Located? In The Shells Surrounding The Nucleus
What Is The Main Difference Between A Physical And A Chemical Change? Chemical - new Product Physical - No New Product
Which Four Elements Make Up Most Living Things? Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen
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