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Physical Science chapter 15

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matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
atoms
All substances are built from ___________.
pure
Elements and compounds are _________ substances.
element
If all atoms are alike in a substance, you have a(n) __________.
compound
If the substance is made of 2 or more different types of atoms that are chemically bonded then you have a __________.
mixture
If substances are not bonded, you have a __________.
homogeneous
If a mixture is evenly blended so that it is the same throughout (like sweet tea), you have a __________ mixture.
heterogeneous
If you can distinguish parts (fruit salad) in a mixture, you have a _______ mixture.
element
If the name of a substance appears on the periodic table, it is a(n) ___________.
solution
A homogeneous mixture of particles so small they cannot be seen and will not settle to the bottom of their container and do not scatter light is a __________.
colloid
If the particle size is between 1-1000 nanometers and will not settle out, but will scatter light, then you have a ________________.
suspension
If the particle size is larger than 1000 nanometers, water can not keep it suspended, so it will settle out and thus you have a _________.
compound
Chalk is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
element
Copper is a(n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
heterogeneous mixture
granite is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
suspension
muddy pond water is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
heterogeneous mixture
fruit salad is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
pure salt is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
element
lead is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
colloid
Smoke is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
suspension
Paint is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
suspension
Water from the Mississippi Delta is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
element
Gold is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
colloid
Gelatin is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Beeswax is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
heterogeneous mixture
Raisin and cinnamon oatmeal is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Cork is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
element
Aluminum foil is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
heterogeneous mixture
Pizza is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
colloid
Fog is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
homogeneous mixture
Sweet ice tea is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Cornstarch is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
homogeneous mixture
Brass is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Epsom salt is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Alcohol is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
compound
Propane is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
heterogeneous mixture
Dry soup mix is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
homogeneous mixture
Chick fi la lemonade is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
suspension
Sand in water is a (n) ____________________.

element compound heterogeneous mixture homogeneous mixture colloid suspension
Tyndall effect
The scattering of light by colloids and suspensions is called the _____________.
physical
Size, shape and melting point are all examples of __________ properties.
same
When a substance undergoes a physical change, you end up with (the same or a different) substance than you started with.

Choose same or different.
chemical
If a new substance is formed, you have a _______ change that has taken place.
physical
Freezing of water is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
Burning gasoline is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
Steel wool in vinegar rusting is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Bending a piece of aluminum foil is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Heating a piece of copper wire is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
Roasting a marshmallow is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
Burning a candle is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Melting the wax in a candle is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Crushing a can is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
An egg rotting is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Sawing a piece of wood is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Shredding paper is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
chemical
Making brittle is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Heating water until it boils is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Melting sugar is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Solidifying mercury is a _________ change.

Chemical physical
physical
Any characteristic of a material that you can observe without changing the identity of the substance that make up the material is a ________ property.
chemical
A characteristic of a substance that indicated a change that a material undergoes when placed with a certain substance would be a _______ change.
physical property
Water freezes at zero degrees is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
Bread which contains starch will break down into sugar in your mouth is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
Iron reacts with oxygen forming rust is is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
physical property
Dry ice which is carbon dioxide, will change to a gaseous carbon dioxide is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
physical property
Water will evaporate is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
An electric current will change water into hydrogen and oxygen is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
physical property
Liquid nitrogen, when place don a wart, will immediately evaporate, taking heat from the wart is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
Hydrogen peroxide will bubble when placed on a cut, producing oxygen and water is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
Propane burns releasing heat, water and carbon dioxide is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
physical property
Paper can be torn into pieces is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
physical property
COpper can be shaped into wire is a ___________ property.

chemical physical
chemical property
Aluminum can be combined with oxygen to form aluminium oxide is a ___________ property.

chemical physical