Summarizes a pattern found in nature (Ch 1)
scientificlaw
The symbol "k" stands for ___ on the conversion ladder (Ch 1)
kilo
Phase Change: solid to gas (Ch 3)
sublimation
Phase change: gas to liquid (Ch 3)
condensation
Phase change: liquid to solid (Ch 3)
freezing
Phase change: solid to liquid (Ch 3)
melting
Has no definite shape or volume (Ch 3)
gas
Has no definite shape but as definite volume (Ch 3)
liquid
Has definite shape & volume (Ch 3)
solid
Separating mixtures based on particle size (Ch 2)
filtration
Separating mixtures based on boiling points (Ch 2)
distillation
Contains particles that never settle (Ch 2)
colloid
Mixture with particles that settle (Ch 2)
suspension
Oxygen, Chlorine, Mercury, & Sodium are examples of ___ (Ch 2)
elements
SI unit for length (Ch 1)
meter
A __ change forms one or more new substances (Ch 2)
chemical
Made from 2 or more simpler substances (Ch 2)
compound
Always has the same composition (Ch 2)
puresubstance
The ratio of an object's mass to its volume (Ch 1)
density
The study of the composition, structure, and properties of matter (Ch 1)
chemistry