Matter and change By John Harrison 1st hour (chemical property (definition…
Matter and change By John Harrison 1st hour
The simplest form of matter that has a unique set of properties
Substance with two or more compounds
Physical blend of two or more compounds
When the composition is the same through out
when the composition is not the same through out
for to under go a specific change.
ability to undergo a specific change.
end of reactions.
3 states of matter
particles : Enough to carry energy to separate from others, bouncing around with the empty space between them.
No definite shape/ will take shape of matter
No definite volume/ Will be compresses by container.
Vibrate against each other and cannot move out of place.
Definite volume, cannot be compressed
definite shape, will not be shape of container.
definite volume. Cannot be compressed
No definite volume, will take shape of container.
can be moved out of place,ability to flow.
Anything that takes up space and matter
Reactant: A starting substance in a chemical reaction
Mixture: A physical blend of two or more components
Phase: Part of a sample having uniform composition and properties.
Heterogeneous: Not uniform in composition
Product: A substance formed in a chemical reaction
Mass: Amount of matter an object contains.
Homogeneous: Describe mixture with a uniform composition
Reaction: Process in which substances are charged into different by chemical means.
Element: Substance that cannot be changed into simpler substance by chemical means.
Compound: Composed of two or more substances chemically combined in a fix proportion.
Chemical Properties Examples: Rust
Physical Properties: Smell, Touch, Taste
Intensive Property: Does not depend on the amount of matter. Depend on the type of matter.
Adding sugar to water is a physical property and a boiling point is also a physical property.
Extensive Property: Depends on the type of matter
Intensive Property: Depends on the type of matter
Oil being separated is by distrallation