anything that has mass and occupies space
a measure of the amount of matter found in an object
a substance that cannot be broken down using ordinary chemical means (the application of heat, light, or electricity).
a substance that can be broken down using ordinary chemical means (the application of heat, light, or electricity).
a material containing two or more elements or compounds, each retaining its own characteristic properties.
having similar properties throughout.
not having similar properties throughout.
a homogeneous mixture
a property that indicates the direction of heat flow, to or from, an object.
those digits in a measurement that are known with certainty along with one digit that is uncertain.
properties whose value does not depend on the size of the sample of matter being used.
those properties whose value does depend on the size of the sample of matter being used.
those properties that may be observed without changing the identity of a substance.
those properties that describe the behavior of a substance in reactions that change its identity.
the mass per unit volume of a substance
the maximum amount of a solute that dissolves in a given amount of solvent at a specified temperature