Tiniest part of matter
two or more things physically combined.
mixture that you can see the different parts of
mixture that looks the same throughout
simplest type of matter. It can't be broken down further.
two or more elements chemically combined. It has a formula.
These are found on the left side of the periodic table and are ductile, malleable and conductors
These are found on the right side of the periodic table and are brittle and dull.
the color phenolphthalein turns in a base
the color phenolphathalein stays in an acid or neutral substance
property electricity or heat can pass through
property that says heat and electricity can NOT pass through
property that says metals can be bent or shaped
property that says metals can be twisted into wires
property of nonmetals that explains why they shatter or break easily
side of the periodic table where metals are located
side of the periodic table where nonmetals are located
runs up and down on the periodic table and elements in them share characteristics or are similar
another name for a family
runs across of the periodic table. Elements in them do NOT act similar