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  1. Chemical Formulas, Equations, and Reactions

  2. Chemical Change: Occurs when one or more substances are changed into new substances with different properties; cannot be undone by physical means

  3. Chemical Change is:

  4. Chemical Change is not:

  5. Chemical Change: Occurs when one or more substances are changed into new substances with different properties; cannot be undone by physical means

  6. Chemical Change is:

  7. Chemical Change: Occurs when one or more substances are changed into new substances with different properties; cannot be undone by physical means

  8. Chemical Change is:

  9. Chemical Reaction is: Change that take place when two or more substances (reactants) interact to form new substances (products)

  10. Chemical Reaction is:

  11. Chemical Reaction is not:

  12. Chemical Reaction is: Change that take place when two or more substances (reactants) interact to form new substances (products)

  13. Chemical Reaction is:

  14. Chemical Reaction is: Change that take place when two or more substances (reactants) interact to form new substances (products)

  15. Chemical Reaction is:

  16. Chemical Property is: The Characteristics of a substance that describe its tendency to combine with other substances and form new ones.

  17. Chemical Property is:

  18. Chemical Property is: The Characteristics of a substance that describe its tendency to combine with other substances and form new ones.

  19. Chemical Property is:

  20. Chemical Property is: The Characteristics of a substance that describe its tendency to combine with other substances and form new ones.

  21. Chemical Property is:

  22. Physical Property is: Property of matter that can be observed without changing the composition or identity of the matter

  23. Physical Property is:

  24. Physical Property is not:

  25. Physical Property is: Property of matter that can be observed without changing the composition or identity of the matter

  26. Physical Property is:

  27. Physical Property is: Property of matter that can be observed without changing the composition or identity of the matter

  28. Physical Property is:

  29. Molecule is: Smallest particle of a substance that still has the properties of that substance.

  30. Molecule is:

  31. Molecule is not:

  32. Molecule is: Smallest particle of a substance that still has the properties of that substance.

  33. Molecule is:

  34. Molecule is: Smallest particle of a substance that still has the properties of that substance.

  35. Molecule is:

  36. Compound is: Matter made up of two or more elements; Elements in compound are chemically bonded, cannot be separated by physical means

  37. Compound is:

  38. Compound is: Matter made up of two or more elements; Elements in compound are chemically bonded, cannot be separated by physical means

  39. Compound is:

  40. Compound is: Matter made up of two or more elements; Elements in compound are chemically bonded, cannot be separated by physical means

  41. Compound is:

  42. Endothermic Reaction is: Chemical reaction in which heat energy is absorbed; feels cold to touch.

  43. Endothermic Reaction is:

  44. Endothermic Reaction is not: WARM TO TOUCH

  45. Endothermic Reaction is: Chemical reaction in which heat energy is absorbed; feels cold to touch.

  46. Endothermic Reaction is:

  47. Endothermic Reaction is: Chemical reaction in which heat energy is absorbed; feels cold to touch.

  48. Endothermic Reaction is:

  49. Exothermic Reaction is: Chemical reaction in which heat energy is given off; usually as thermal energy; feels hot to touch

  50. Exothermic Reaction is: