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C&P proprety 4 test

isotopes Atoms of the same element with different numbers of neutron.
Mixture Combination of two or more different atoms that are bonded.
Molecule Smallest part of an element.
Compound Substances that are the building blocks of matter
Matter Anything that takes up space
Proton Positively charged particle in the nucleus
Electron Negatively charged particles orbiting the nucleus
Neutron Neutrally charged particles in a nucleus
Nucleus Center of an atom, made of protons and neutrons
Solid Matter with a definite shape and volume
Liquid Matter that has a definite volume but not a definite shape.
Gas Matter with no definite shape and volume
Volume Amount of space an object takes
Mass Amount of matter in an object
Atom smallest part of a compound
Chemical change Change that forms bonds creating new substances with different properties
Physical change Change that doesn't involve the formation of something new
Chemical formula Symbols and numbers that describe the three of atoms in one molecule of a compound
Element Is the building blocks of matter
Reaction Happens when two or more molecules interact and something happens
Created by: melikafard