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Chemistry!!!

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What is a Chemical Change? Chemical Change is when a new substance is formed.
What is a Physical Change? Physical Change is a change when you do not form a new substance like liquid becoming into a solid.
What charge do protons have? Positive charge
What charge do neutrons have? Neutral charge
What charge do electrons have? Negative charge
What is volume? The amount of space that an object takes up.
What are molecules? The smallest part of a compound.
What are the three states of matter? Solid, Liquid, and Gas.
What is a solution? Mixed substances
What is an atom? Atoms are building blocks of matter.
What are three properties of matter? Mass, volume, and density
What is combustibility? The ability to burn.
?What is density? The amount of mass in a certain volume of matter.
An atom with a neutral charge has the same number of... Electrons and Protons
What is the number of protons in an atom called? The atomic number
An atom with a neutral charge has the same number of... Electrons and Protons
What is the measure of how much matter something contains? Mass
What is the ability to pass energy from one another called? Conductivity!
What are three parts of conductivity? Heat, sound, and electricity
What is a substance? A material that always has the same properties.
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