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Atom—All matter is made of atoms. Smallest part of matter (NOT LIVING). Element . Pure Substances that Can not be broken down by physical or chemical means Composed of only 1 type of atom Found on the periodic table

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element
Element
  • Pure Substances that Can not be broken down by physical or chemical means
  • Composed of only 1 type of atom
  • Found on the periodic table
  • Has a symbol with one capital letter (If more than 1 letter second letter is lower case)
  • Example: Gold --Au, Carbon --C
compounds
Compounds
  • Matter that is composed of 2 or more elements CHEMICALLY COMBINED
  • Have a formula that has 2 or more capital letters
  • PURE SUBSTANCE—All the molecules are alike in a compound
  • Elements are have a specific ratio in compounds
  • Example: Calcium Chloride CaCl, Water H2O
mixture
Mixture
  • Not pure substance
  • Matter put together with physical changes
  • Easily separated
  • No set ratio
  • 2 types of mixtures
2 types of mixtures
2 types of mixtures
  • Homogeneous mixture—looks the same throughout (salt water)
  • Heterogenous mixture—you can see the different parts of the mixture
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