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  • Balanced or Unbalanced? 1. Fe + S  FeS 1. Balanced 2. Mg + O2  MgO 2. Unbalanced 3. C + O2  CO2 3. Balanced 4. P4 + O2  P4O10 4. Unbalanced 5. H2 + O2  H2O 5. Unbalanced
  • Properties of Matter 4 states of Matter Solid Two types of Liquid Gas Plasma Defined as Defined as Defined as No Definite volume, No definite shape A soup of positive nuclei surrounded by free flowing electrons Defined as Definite shape, definite volume Definite volume, No definite shape
  • Example Example Ice Example Example Steam Water Lightning Easily go through Change of state Defined as Melting/freezing, evaporation/condensation Example Melting ice
  • Two types of Changes Physical Chemical Defined as Defined as A change in matter that does not produce new materials A change in matter that produces new materials Example Example Crushed chalk Burning paper
  • Properties of Matter Separated Can be Mixtures Defined as Ex am Salad pl e Two or more substances physically combined Two classifications Different ways Straining, filtering, using magnets
  • Two classifications Heterogeneous Homogeneous Defined as Defined as Not the same throughout The same throughout Example Frootloops Example Milk Mixed so well it looks like one substance
  • Properties of Matter Chemical reactions Obey Conservation of matter Defined as Defined as Rearranging atoms Matter can not be created or destroyed Equations must be 4 types Balanced
  • Synthesis Defined as Combines elements Decomposition Defined as Breaks down compounds Single Replacement Defined as One element is replaced All can be either Exothermic Endothermic Gives off heat Absorbs heat Double Replacement Defined as Two elements switch places