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found. of chemestry

lesson 1 & 2

anything that has mass and takes up space matter
is a small particle that is a building block of matter atom
matter with a composition that is always the same substance
is a substance that consist of just one type of atom element
is a type of substance containing atoms of two or more different elements chemically bonded together compound
is a type of mixture in which the individual substances are not evenly mixed heterogeneous mixture
is a type of mixture in which the individual substances are evenly mixed homogeneous mixture
two types of matter substances and mixture
substances are not bonded together mixtures
Matter on Earth is made up of atoms
each element has a chemical symbol
each compuond has a chemical formula
substances physically combined to form mixtures
mixtures can be separated into substances by physical methods
substances and mixtures are two types of matter
example of an element water
Created by: rick0398