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Anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter
The amount of matter in something. Mass
The amount of space something occupies. Volume
Anything that has a physical, unchangeable shape, volume, and size. Solid
Anything that can move freely and fills the shape of its container. Liquid
Anything that has no shape or size. Most are unseen. Gas
The smallest unit of matter. Atom
The number of protons in an atom of a given element. Atomic number
The number of protons plus the number of neutrons in an atom. Atomic mass
The center of the atom that has the protons and neutrons (heaviest part of the atom) Nucleus
The positively charged particle in the nucleus. Proton
The neutral particle in the nucleus with no charge. Neutron
The negatively charged particle that is around the outside of the nucleus. Electron
The ability to be flattened into a sheet. Malleability
The ability to be stretched into a wire. Ductility
The ability to react with another substance. Reactivity
The horizontal rows on the periodic table. Periods
The vertical columns on the periodic table. Columns
The temperature where a solid turns into a liquid. The melting point.
The temperature where a liquid turns into a gas The boiling point.
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