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Chemistry Review

Teacher: Mr. Draper
Mixture where you can see different substances blended together
Positively charged particle found in the nucleus of an atom
Two or more atoms chemically bound
State of matter that assumes the shape of its container
Determined by the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom.
Type of change that does NOT create a new substance
State of matter that fills the entire container it is in
The liquid that was used to dissolve the solid in a solution.
The dissolved solid in a solution.
Outermost shell of an atom that contains electrons.
The study of how matter is arranged.
Negatively charged particle found orbiting the nucleus of an atom
Mixture that looks the same, cannot see different ingredients
One type of atom
The center of an atom.
Can only include one type of element or compound
Arrangement of all the elements according to their properties.
Highly reactive elements at the far left column of the periodic table.
Type of change that creates a new substance and cannot easily be physically undone.
Number of protons in the nucleus of an atom. Unique to each element.
The single CAPITAL letter or two letter, first Capitalized, the second lower case that identifies an element.
Substances that are chemically bound
Liquid mixture that contains dissolved solids
State of matter that is frozen
Neither positive or negatively charge particle. It is found in the nucleus of an atom.