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a change of the composition and properties of a substance as a result of a reaction
CHEMICAL CHANGE
a characteristic observed when a substance changes during a reaction
CHEMICAL PROPERTY
a separation technique that uses the sizes of matter or physical properties of matter
PHYSICAL SEPARATION (ie. MAGNETISM, DENSITY)
a change in which the composition or properties are not altered
PHYSICAL CHANGE
matter that has the same chemical properties throughout
PURE SUBSTANCE
a compound that contains carbon
ORGANIC
anything that has mass and occupies space
MATTER
the study of matter
CHEMISTRY
the substance that does the dissolving in a solution
SOLVENT
the solvent in Kool-Aid
WATER
the solute in Kool-Aid
POWDER
a compound that does not contain carbon
INORGANIC
a separation technique that heats a mixture until the liquid is evaporated and the solid remains
EVAPORATION
a separation technique that boils a liquid mixture, evaporates and condenses one liquid, living a pure liquid behind
DISTILLATION
another word for characteristic
PROPERTY
two or more elements chemically bonded
COMPOUND
a homogeneous mixture formed when a one substance is dissolved in another
SOLUTION
two or more substances physically combined
MIXTURE
fundamental building block of all matter
ATOM
location of electrons
ELECTRON CLOUD
location of protons
NUCLEUS
location of neutrons
NUCLEUS
charge of protons
POSITIVE
charge of neutrons
NEUTRAL
charge of electrons
NEGATIVE
matter that maintains its separate chemical properties when combined
MIXTURE
a heterogeneous mixture that settles out over time
SUSPENSION
a pure substance made up of the same type of atoms
ELEMENT
a characteristic observed without changing the substance
PHYSICAL PROPERTY
a separation technique using a funnel and filter paper to separate solids and liquids
FILTRATION
a mixture with the same properties throughout
HOMOGENEOUS
a mixture that has different properties throughout
HETEROGENEOUS
substance that is dissolved in a solution
SOLUTE
separation technique using a solvent and filter paper to separate mixtures based on diffusion rates
CHROMOTOGRAPHY