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neutrons
a) neutrally charged parts of an atom b) # of nucleons an atom has c) # of nucleons an atom has d) found in nature/made by God
alchemists
a) individuals who mixed lots of stuff together to make new things b) found in nature/made by God c) # of nucleons an atom has d) ability of something to float
compound
a) contains at least 2 different elements combined b) found in nature/made by God c) # of nucleons an atom has d) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid
naturally occuring element
a) found in nature/made by God b) anything that has volume ad mass c) # of nucleons an atom has d) solid without a shape
atom
a) smallest particle of an element that still keeps the properties of that element b) ability of something to float c) solid without a shape d) # of nucleons an atom has
surface tension
a) invisible skin of water or other liquid b) smallest particle of an element that still keeps the properties of that element c) solid without a shape d) # of nucleons an atom has
viscosity
a) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid b) smallest particle of an element that still keeps the properties of that element c) solid without a shape d) # of nucleons an atom has
non-newtonian liquid
a) liquid that doesn't behave like other liquids b) # of nucleons an atom has c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) anything that has volume ad mass
amorphous solid
a) solid without a shape b) # of nucleons an atom has c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) smallest particle of an element that still keeps the properties of that element
buoyancy
a) ability of something to float b) # of nucleons an atom has c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) anything that has volume ad mass
density
a) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter b) study of matter c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) ability of something to float
displace
a) replace matter with another kind of matter b) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) anything that has volume ad mass
volume
a) amount of space something takes up b) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) anything that has volume ad mass
matter
a) anything that has volume ad mass b) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid c) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter d) atoms with a different number of neutrons
properties
a) special features, traits or attributes of materials found in the universe b) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid c) anything that has volume ad mass d) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter
physics
a) study of energy b) study of matter c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter
Chemistry
a) study of matter b) how much mass is in a certain volume of matter c) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid d) special features, traits or attributes of materials found in the universe
nucleus
a) center of an atom that contains the protons and neutrons b) # of nucleons an atom has c) found in nature/made by God d) solid without a shape
mass number
a) # of nucleons an atom has b) solid without a shape c) atoms with a different number of neutrons d) ability of something to float
isotopes
a) atoms with a different number of neutrons b) # of nucleons an atom has c) solid without a shape d) the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid
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