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chemistry tuckey

mr tuckey.. random stuff to know

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substance a particular kind of matter that has a uniform and define composition ex: HCl nothting else is hydrocloric acid
mixture a physical blend of two or more substances
heterogeneous mixture can see with the naked eye that it is more than one substance ex: beef stew
homogeneous mixture can't see with the naked eye that it is more than one substance ex: lemonade
physical property anything that we can observe or measure w/out changing what it is ex:size, color
quantative property is strictly measurable, can have a number put on it
qualitative property not strictly measurable ex: softness
intrinsic properties that are the same regardless of size
extrinsic properties that are a function of size
vapor a liquid that is behaving as a gas below its normal boiling temperature
distillation the process of separating 2 liquids by using differences in their boiling points
element an atom or collection of atoms that are all the same type
compound a combination of 2 or more elements in a set ratio
Antoine Lavoisier father of chemistry who gave us the 1st chemical equation
Created by: paulina.knoblock