Periodic Table

Matter
Something that has volume and mass
Gas
Matter that has no definite Volume or Shape
Chemical Change
A change where new substances are made
Physical Property
A characteristic you can observe or measure without changing the substance
Potential Energy
The ability to produce energy
Group
The elements in a column of a periodic table that share common characteristics
Period
The rows of the periodic table
Energy
The ability to do work
Compound
Substance made of two or more elements
Metal
An element that is shiny, malleable, conductor, in the middle and left of the periodic table
Element
A substance made of atoms all having the same number of protons in the nucleus
Luster
The shine of an element
Solid
A substance with a definite volume and shape
Physical Change
A change of a substance’s appearance but not chemical property
Kinetic Energy
Energy associated with motion
Malleable
Capable of being shaped
Chemical Property
How matter may change or react to form other substances
Atom
The smallest unit of an element
Liquid
Matter with definite volume but indefinite shape
Metalloid
A non-metallic element that has some properties of metals like carbon or arsenic
Brittle
Easily breakable
Photosynthesis
The changing of light energy into chemical energy and synthesize organic compounds
Conductor
something that transfers heat light or sound
Non-metal
Poor conductor of heat or electricity like oxygen
Law of Conservation of Energy
Energy can not be destroyed, it can only be converted
Law of Conservation of Matter
Matter is neither created not destroyed but only transferred
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