Matter
Changes of Matter
Atoms
Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
Energy and Motion
100
Does not have a definite shape nor definite volume.
What is gas.
100
Melting an ice cube is an example of this change in matter.
What is physical change.
100
The middle of an atom.
What is nucleus.
100
Contains many of one type of atom.
What is element.
100
Considered stored energy or energy in waiting.
What is potential energy.
200
Has a definite shape and volume
What is solid.
200
Baking cookies if an example of the change in matter.
What is chemical change.
200
The subatomic particles found in the nucleus with a positive charge.
What is protons.
200
Has a specific chemical formula.
What is compound.
200
Considered active energy or energy in motion.
What is kinetic energy.
300
Has a definite volume but not a definite shape.
What is liquid.
300
Water on the outside of your cold water bottle is and example of this change of state.
What is condensation.
300
The subatomic particles found in the nucleus with a neutral charge.
What is neutrons.
300
substances held together by physical forces, not chemical.
What is mixture.
300

The change in position of one object with respect to another.

What is motion.

400
The measure of the mass of a material in a given volume.
What is density.
400
Dry ice sitting on a counter demonstrates this change of state.
What is sublimation.
400
The subatomic particle with a negative charge.
What is electrons.
400
A rock is an example of this.
What is mixture.
400

A place or object used for comparison to determine is an object is in motion.

What is reference point.

500
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
What is matter.
500
A change in which energy is released.
What is exothermic.
500
The atomic number is the same as the amount of the positive subatomic particles.
What is protons.
500
A diamond is an example of this.
What is element.
500

The total distance divided by the total time.

What is average speed.

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