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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Physical & Chemical Changes How Does Matter Change State? Different Kinds Of Chemical Reactions Using Chemical Properties
Give three examples of a physical change. Physical & Chemical Changes - 100
Sawing wood, slicing potatoes, tearing paper, hammer copper into sheets, melting ice, dissolving salt in water Physical & Chemical Changes - 100
Give three different ways you know a chemical reaction has happened. Physical & Chemical Changes - 200
Makes something new (rust), fizzing, burning, changes color, heat is involved Physical & Chemical Changes - 200
What is it called when this happens? Atoms rearrange to form matter with different properties Physical & Chemical Changes - 300
A chemical change Physical & Chemical Changes - 300
What is the difference between a chemical change and a physical change? Physical & Chemical Changes - 400
In a physical change, you have the item you started with. In a chemical change, something new is formed. Physical & Chemical Changes - 400
Why is burning a candle both a chemical and physical change? Physical & Chemical Changes - 500
Physical change – wax melts Chemical change – burning wick and wax produce ash, carbon dioxide gas and water vapor Physical & Chemical Changes - 500
Name the different types of molecules (solid, liquid, gas) A B C How Does Matter Change State? - 100
A – Gas B – Solid C - Liquid How Does Matter Change State? - 100
What temperature does a liquid turn in to a solid? How Does Matter Change State? - 200
Freezing point How Does Matter Change State? - 200
Dew on the grass is an example of _____. How Does Matter Change State? - 300
Condensation How Does Matter Change State? - 300
Match with the correct state of matter: 1) has definite shape and volume. 2) Takes the shape of its container 3) Spreads out evenly How Does Matter Change State? - 400
1) Solid 2) Liquid 3) Gas How Does Matter Change State? - 400
What is sublimation? How Does Matter Change State? - 500
Sublimation is when an element goes from solid to gas. How Does Matter Change State? - 500
True or false When I bake a cake, the mass of the ingredients is less than the mass of the product. Different Kinds of Chemical Reactions - 100
False! The mass of the ingredients = the mass of the product. (Matter cannot be created or destroyed) How Does Matter Change State? - 100
This is what you end up with after a chemical reaction How Does Matter Change State? - 200
A product How Does Matter Change State? - 200
Which are the reactants and which are the products? How Does Matter Change State? - 300
The hydrogen and oxygen on the LEFT are the reactants. The product is on the RIGHT. How Does Matter Change State? - 300
This is an example of what kind of reaction? How Does Matter Change State? - 400
A combination reaction How Does Matter Change State? - 400
Hydrogen Peroxide breaks apart to form water and oxygen gas. What type of chemical reaction is this? How Does Matter Change State? - 500
Decomposition reaction How Does Matter Change State? - 500
How can a flame test be used to identify different compounds? Using Chemical Properties - 100
Different compounds burn with different color flames. Using Chemical Properties - 100
What is indicator paper used for? Using Chemical Properties - 200
Indicator paper is used to identify if a substance is an acid or base. Using Chemical Properties - 200
What color does indicator paper turn if it reacts with a strong base? Using Chemical Properties - 300
purple Using Chemical Properties - 300
How can fossils be separated from the limestone they are embedded in? Using Chemical Properties - 400
Vinegar can be used to break down the limestone around fossils. Using Chemical Properties - 400
How can iron be separated from raw iron ore that is mined from the ground? Using Chemical Properties - 500
Iron can be separated from iron ore by heating it in a hot furnace. Using Chemical Properties - 500
What was special about the ground that made the Southern Colonies perfect for large plantations? Southern Colonies - 100
There was rich soil in the southern colonies. Southern Colonies - 100
What caused slavery to increase in the Southern Colonies? Southern Colonies - 200
Slavery increased because plantations grew. Southern Colonies - 200
Who supported slavery? Southern Colonies - 300
Plantation owners Southern Colonies - 300
What is the difference between indentured servants and slaves? Southern Colonies - 400
Slaves were property that could be bought and sold. Indentured servants agreed to work for a set period of time in return for food, housing and the trip to America. Southern Colonies - 400
What did enslaved people do to rebel against their situation? Southern Colonies - 500
Slaves worked slowly, ran away or bought their freedom. Southern Colonies - 500
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