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Chemical Reactions

Chemical Reactions Vocabulary-CMS

DefinitionTerm
process that produces chemical change, resulting in new substances that have properties different from those of the original substance Chemical Reaction
when a solid dissolves in a liquid, the solid breaks apart into particles too small to see and mixes completely in the liquid Dissolve
mass is neither created nor destroyed in chemical reactions Law of Conservation of Mass
characteristics of substances that do not change Property
general rules that are followed while doing science or rules that nature tends to follow Scientific Principal
a material made of only one type of matter (made of one ingredient throughout) Substance
a blend of two or more substances Mixture
describes a material that can dissolve in a particular substance Soluble
describes a material that does not dissolve in something else Insoluble
original substance at the beginning of a chemical reaction Reactant
the new substance produced in a chemical reaction Product
the smallest particle of an element that still has the same chemical properties of the element Atom
particle of matter that is made of two or more atoms that are joined together Molecule
substance formed by the chemical combination of two or more elements Compound
anything that has mass and takes up space Matter
shows the number of molecules, will be in front (to the left) of the element symbol Coefficient
shows how many atoms in a formula; written to the lower right of the element symbol Subscript
a relationship that has a constant unit rate- that means as one quantity changes, the other changes in the same direction (straight line that passes through the origin) Directly Proportional Relationships
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