Ch. 5 Properties and Changes
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Any characteristic of matter that can be observed without changing the identity of the material.
The amount of mass in a given volume.
State of matter
Tells you whether a sample of matter is a solid, liquid, or gas. This physical property depends on temperature and pressure of the matter.
Some physical properties change when the size of an object changes.
Some physical properties that do not change when an object changes size.
A characteristic of matter that allows it to change to a different type of matter.
How easily one things reacts with something else. (Example: Iron has a high reactivity and gold has a low reactivity)
Compounds made of metal and nonmetal that are formed when acids and bases react.
Any change in size, shape, form, or state where the identity of the matter stays the same.
Occurs when one type of matter changes into a different type of matter with different properties.
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