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Chemical Building Blocks Chapter 1 Sections 1 & 2

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1.To observe a chemical property of a substance, you must TRY to _______________it to another substance.
6._________________ is the study of the properties of matter and how it behaves.
9.Salt and sulfur can easily be separated by dissolving the salt in water and then using_________________ to separate the sulfur which cannot go through a filter while the dissolved salt can.
10.The amount of space matter occupies is called ________________ .
11.(Two words no space) The chemical formula for ______________ __________________is CO2
13.The parts of a mixture are not combined in a set _________________.
14.Soilds, liquids, and even _______________ have volume.
17.The parts of a mixture keep their ____________________ properties.
18.Using _______________, heated salt water can be separated into water and solid salt by EVAPORATING the water leaving the salt behind.
19.Physical state, texture, color, and flexibility are Physical ________________ (charactistics) of matter.
20.The substances in a _______________ mixture are so evenly mixed that you can't see the different parts.
22.__________________ relates the mass of a material in a given volume. It is a physical property of matter.
23.________________, zinc, copper, oxygen, and nitrogen are elements.
25.When atoms combine to form larger particles called ______________________ they are held together by chemical bonds.
26.A ___________________property is a characteristic of a pure substance that describes its ability to change into different substances.
31.Whether or not a substance __________________ in water is a physical property.
33.A compound may be represented by a chemical __________________.
35.__________________ , texture (rough or smooth), and color are physical properties of matter.
39.Weight changes with __________________ but mass does not.
40.____________________is anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
43.A _________________ is 1000 times smaller than a kilogram
44.Some metals are ________________. This is a physical property of matter which means they can be bent into shapes without breaking.
46.A ______________ is made of two or more substances- elements, compounds, or both- that are together in the same place but not chemically combined.
47.A common unit of volume is the ________________ .
50.A _____________property is a characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed without changing it into another substance.
52._____________ and a salad are examples of heterogeneous mixtures.
53.The ability of silver to react with sulfur in air (or _______________) is an example of a chemical property.
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2.In a ____________________ mixture you can see the different parts.
3.An ________________ is the basic particle from which all elements are made.
4.Wood fuels a fire, producing heat, gases, and ash. This chemical property of matter is called _______________________.
5.To determine density _____________the mass of an object by its volume.
7.The _________________System of Units is used by scientists to measure the properties of matter.
8.Objects less dense than water _______________ on water.
12.When atoms combine, they form a chemical ______________, which is a force of attraction between two atoms.
15.____ is the abbreviation for the International System of Units.
16.An ________________ is a pure substance that cannot be broken down into any other substance by chemical or physical means.
21.The _________________ and the cubic centimeter measure small volumes.
24.The ability to _________ at a certain temperature is a phyical property because it is the same substance whether it is a solid or liquid.
26.A ___________________ is a pure substance made of two or more elements chemically combined in a set ratio.
27.Two physical properties of metals are their luster (shiny) and their ability to _________________heat and electricity.
28.The formula for determining volume of a rectangular prism is___________________ (use the first letter of each word and the symbol for multiply.
29.__________________ has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter.
30.A ________________ of sugar and water is a homogeneous mixture.
32.A _________________ is a single kind of matter that is pure, meaning it has a specific makeup- or composition- and a specific set of properties.
34.___________ floats on vinegar because it is less dense than vinegar.
36.The ability _______ to change is a chemical property as well as the ability to change.
37.__________________ attraction can easily separate a mixture of iron filings and sulfur.
38._________________ is a measure of the FORCE OF GRAVITY on you or anything other matter.
40._________________ is the measurement of the AMOUNT OF MATTER in an object.
41.The ______________________ is an SI unit of mass.
42.When you multiple numbers, you also need to multiply the accompanying _____________ .
45.______________ is a solid solution of copper and zinc.
48.The ability of a substance to react, such as when iron reacts to oxygen to form _________ on a shiny car is a chemical property.
49.Objects more dense than water ______________ in water.
50.The wor ___________ substance, means the substance has a specific makeup- or composition- and a specific set of properties.
51.____________ is a solution of two gases, oxygen and nitrogen.

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