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Chem compend questions

QuestionAnswer
Fundamental types of matter that cannot be converted into other kinds by ordinary chemical means Elements
2 or more elements chemically united in a definite proportion by weight compound
how many classes of inorganic compounds are there four
what can be separated by a physical method mixtures
state of matter with no definite shape of volume Gases
passage of a solid directly to a gas sublimation
study of matter derived from inanimate of lifeless things inorganic chemistry
occupies space and has mass matter
science of the nature of matter and the changes matter undergoes chemistry
2 or more substances combined together but are NOT chemically combined for a mixture
freezing point of water 0 degrees Celsius 32 degrees Fahrenheit
sluubility specific gravity density physical properties
study of non carbon compounds inorganic chemistry
characteristics observed without altering the composition are physical properties
definite shape and definite volume solid
another name for Biochemistry physiological chemistry
no definite shape but a definite volume liquid
temp at which a solid turns into a liquid melting point 32 degrees Fahrenheit
type of change when composition is altered and new substances are formed chemical changes
simplest for of matter elements
standard unit of volume (L) liter
the atmosphere we live in is a mixture
area of chemistry involving living precesses biochemistry
characteristics of substances as they occur in nature physical properties
heterogeneous combination of two or more substances mixture
homogeneous mixture of two or more substances solution
chemical combination of 2 or more elements in a definite proportion by weight compound
simplest form of matter element
normal body temp in C 37 degrees Celsius
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