substances are evenly distributed throughout the mixture and you cannot see the different parts
substances are not evenly distributed throughout the mixture and you can see the different parts of the mixture
has definite shape and volume, particles are tightly packed together in a fixed position
has a definite volume, but no definite shape (takes the shape of its container). Particles are moving freely, but close together
no definite volume or shape, the particles move to occupy the space of the entire container, they are moving very fast are spread out. Undergoes a change in volume most easily (squeezes together in small container or fills large one)
liquid to gas
gas to liquid
liquid to solid
a column (the things up and down) in the periodic table. Elements in the same group tend to have the same properties. These are also called “families”.
the most stable arrangement of electrons occurs when they’re all unpaired.
positive charged ion
no charge ion
negative charged ion
this is where the electrons in an atom live.
a chart which shows how the phase depends on various conditions of temperature and pressure.
standard temperature and pressure
when more solute is dissolved in a liquid than is theoretically possible. This doesn’t happen much, as you might imagine.
the temperature and pressure at which all three states of a substance can exist in equilibrium.