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What does matter take up?
What are the 3 states of matter?
Solid, liquid, gas
What is the smallest possible particle of an element called?
Energy, paper, light or sound…
Which one(s) is/are matter?
What are two or more atoms
Joined together called?
A substance that is made up of
One kind of element is called…?
If gold is malleable, what does that mean?
It can be shaped and formed
with the right amount of heat
Name two characteristics of
a noble gas?
Odorless, colorless, not a metal or
Name 3 characteristics of a metal?
Shiny, malleable, ductile,
can conduct electricity
Name 3 characteristics of
Dull, brittle, cannot conduct
When a physical change occurs
that matter changes from one
state to another is called?
Change of state
In a Kool Aid mixture, is the
POWDER considered the solvent,
solute or solution?
Name three forms of water
Water, ice, water vapor
Between a solid, liquid and a
gas, which state has particles that move quickly and slide past each
Name 4 examples of physical changes?
Sawing, cutting, boiling, melting,
What is the definition of a mixture?
A combination of two or more
True or False:
You cannot separate a mixture
True or False: Most materials
found in nature are mixtures
Name two examples of
a mixture of solids?
Name three examples of a
mixture of liquids?
Lemonade, chocolate milk,
Where would you most likely
find a delta? In a deep valley or
near a river’s mouth?
Near a river’s mouth
Which of Earth’s layers contain
soft areas on which plates float?
Mantle, crust or outer core?
Which is a cause of earthquakes and
volcanic eruptions? Weathering,
cinder cones, outer core or plate
During mitosis, which part of the
cell pinches to make a new cell?
Cell membrane, cytoplasm, cell wall
Which hand you write with is
an example of what type of
What are the four changes of state?
condensing and boiling