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38 Cards in this Set

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the closeness of a measurement to the answer
the quantity of required to raise the temp of 1g of water to 1 degree
a materials mass devided by its volume or its mass per unit volume
2 variables that have a constant ratio
directly perportional
the some of the kinetic energies of the particals in a sample of matter
the amount of heat energy raised to raise the temp. of a given sample of matter by 1 degree c
heat capacity
the si unit of heat energy and all forms of energy
the si standard unit for mass
2 variables that have a consistent mathimatical product
inversly proportional
the si standard unit for length
the amt. of heat energy to raise the temp of 1g of a substance 1 degree c
specific heat
a measure of average kinetic energy of the particals in a sample of matter
changes between gaseous, liquid, or solid state
change of state
any change or reaction in which 1 or more substances are converted into different substances
chemical change/reaction
the ability of a substance to undergo a change that alters its identity
chemical property
a substance that cannot be sererater by other substances by ordinary chemical change
describes process to absorb heat
endothermic energy
describes the processes that release heat
exothermic energy
the vertical columns of elements in the periodic table, numbered consecutively from 1 to 8
the energy of an objest in motion
kinetic energy
a chemical compound that contains the same elements in exactly the same proportions by mass, reguardless of size
law of definite comp.
a state of any matter that has neither a definite shape nor definite volume
gaseoes state
that state of any matter that has a definite volume, but an indefinite shape
liquid state
the measure of the quantity of matter
anything that has mass or occupies space
an element that has properties and characteristics of metals and other characteristics of non metals, and is a semiconductor
a combination of 2 or more kinds of matter, each of which retains its own composition or properties
the horizontal rows of elements in the periodic table, numbered 1 to 7 from top to bottom
a property that can be observed or measured, without altering the identity of material
physical property
a solid that serarates from a solution
the new substance or substances produced by a chemical enzyme reaction
energy that an object has because of its position or compostion
potential energy
the substances that undergo a chemical reaction
the state of any matter that has definite shape and volume
solid state
a homogenious mixture of 2 or more substances in a single phase
a measure of the earthes gravitational attraction for matter
a unit of absoulte temerature
a metric unit of volume typically used for fluids