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Property A characteristic of a substance that can be observed.
Physical Property A property that can be observed without changing the identity of the substance.
Melting Point Temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid at a given H2o= 0^c
Boiling Point Temperature at which a substance changes.
Chemical Property A property that can be only observed by changing the identity of the substance.
Density The amount of mass per unit of volume.
Atom smallest unit ever
Atomic Number Number of protons of an atom in a given atom.
Atomic Mass Number of protons plus the number of neutrons in an atom
Gas Air
Liquid an substance that can fill any container
Solid Firm and stable in shape, not a liquid.
Volume The amount of space something occupies
Matter Mass that takes up space
Mass the amount of matter in an object.
Metal Shiny, Good Conductors, and maleable and ductility
Non-Metal Poor conductors, dull, mostly gases
Matalloid like both metal and non metal, shiny, malleable, semi conductors
Homogeneous Parts are mixed evenly throughout (same).
Heterogeneous Parts are uneven throughout (different).
Solution Type of mixture where the solute is dissolved/mixed evenly in the solvent.
Solute The part of the solution that dissolves.
Solvent The part of the solution that the solute dissolves in.
Homogeneous Mixture parts are mixed evenly throughout (same)
Heterogeneous Mixture parts are uneven throughout (different)
Solution type of mixture where the solute is dissolved/mixed evenly in the solvent
Physical Change a change that occurs without changing the identity of the substance
Chemical Change a change that occurs by changing the identity of the substance
Mixture when 2 or more substance are combined physically
Compound when 2 or more substances are combined chemically and can't be separated by physical means.
Atom Smallest unit of matter
Element one of the 100 or more units that make up all matter, and found on the Periodic Table
Mass How much matter in something
Reactant the elements and compounds you start with in a reaction/equation
Product the elements and compounds that you end with in a reaction/equation
Reactivity the ability to react with another element or compound
Coefficient the number in front of the molecule
Cell Smallest unit of living things
Mitochondria Part of the cell where energy is made through cellular respiration
Chloroplast Part of the plant cell where photosynthesis occurs
Nucleus The control center of the cell
Ribosomes Part of cell where proteins are made
Vacuole Part of the cell where water, food, and waste is stored
Carbohydrate Sugar molecule used for energy
Lipid Organic compound that makes fats and oils in living things
Protein org. compound made of amino acids, that does the work in a cell
Nucleic Acid Molecules that carry the instructions for a cell (RNA and DNA)
Glucose Sugar made from carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Photosynthesis Process plant cells use to make glucose
Chlorophyll Pigment in chloroplast that traps the energy in sunlight
Cellular Respiration Process all living things do when using oxygen to release energy from glucose
Mitosis Type of cellular reproduction where cells make a copy of themselves
Meiosis Type of cellular reproduction where cells copy then divide to create sex cells.
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