Chapter 1 Introduction to Matter

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True or false: A change in state is an example of a chemical change.
The different parts of this kind of mixture are easy to see and can easily be separated out
The study of matter and how matter changes
A measure of how hot or cold something is
Change that alters the form or appearance of matter but does not change the composition of the substance
Two or more substances that are together in the same place, but their atoms are not chemically bonded
Property of a substance that can be observed without changing the composition of the substance
Change in which energy is released
A substance made of two or more elements that are chemically combined in a set ratio
Change in which energy is absorbed
Method of separating mixtures that could separate salt from a salt water solution
Energy stored in the chemical bonds between atoms
A substance that cannot be broken down into any other substances
Slow combination of a bright metal with sulfur, producing a dark coating on the metal
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Rapid combination of a fuel with oxygen, producing heat, light, and new substances
Property of substance that can be observed by changing the composition of the substance
The different parts of this kind of mixture are difficult to see and are difficult to separate them out
Use of electricity to break a compound into elements or simpler compounds
A single kind of matter that is pure, meaning it always has a specific makeup
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Combination of a substance with oxygen that produces a new substance
True or false: Every chemical and physical change in matter includes a change in energy.
True or false: Thermal energy naturally flows from cooler matter to warmer matter.
Change in matter that produces new substances with new and different properties
The law of conservation of _____ states that matter is neither created nor destroyed in any physical or chemical change.
The total energy of the motion of all of the particles in an object
Solids can be separated from liquids by pouring the mixture through a filter in this method of separating mixtures

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