Science word DefinitionBY: Sean Chua.Gr. 7<br />
Matter<br />Anything that has a mass and volume, such as a pencil case (diagram 1).<br />Diagram 1:<br />
Non Matter<br />Anything that doesn’t have a mass and volume, such as light (diagram 2).<br />Diagram 2:<br />
Pure Substance<br />A substance that’s unbreakable into other substance that always has the same properties, such as cryst...
Element<br />A pure substance that’s unbreakable into other substances that have only one kind of particle, such as gold (...
Compounds<br />A pure substance consists of two or more different elements that have only one kind of particle, such as so...
Mixtures<br />Any substance that have two or more pure substance, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagram 6:<br />
Heterogeneous Mixtures<br />Elements that aren’t the same kind of ‘Mixtures’, such as cereals (diagram 7).<br />Diagram 7:...
Homogeneous Mixtures <br />Elements that are the same kind or similar of ‘Mixtures’, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagra...
Mass<br />A unit of measurement for weight, such as substances that weigh (diagram 1).<br />Diagram 1:<br />
Volume<br />A measurement of space occupied, such as substance that occupies space (diagram 1). <br />Diagram 1:<br />
Suspension<br />A mixture with solid or liquid stuff scattered at the top, such as the cream floating above the watery par...
Emulsion<br />A mixture of two liquid, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagram 6:<br />
Mechanical Mixture <br />A mixture of two or more different parts that can be seen with the naked eye, such as cereal (dia...
Reversible Change <br />Change in a substance that can be reversed, such as ice being melted and frozen again (diagram 9)....
Non-Reversible Change <br />Change in a substance that can’t be reversed, such as wood being sawed into pieces (diagram 10...
Example 1 of the 2 Examples of Physical Change<br />Melting ice (diagram 9).<br />Diagram 9:<br />
Example 2 of the2 Examples of Physical Change <br />Chopping wood (diagram 10).<br />Diagram 10:<br />
2 Examples of chemical Change<br />Cooked egg (diagram 11).<br />Diagram 11:<br />
2 Examples of chemical Change<br />Burning wood (diagram 12).<br />Diagram 12: <br />
After Words<br />This is a thing that I’ve spent almost 2 days on it and I’ve been really working hard on those drawings o...
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  1. 1. Science word DefinitionBY: Sean Chua.Gr. 7<br />
  2. 2. Matter<br />Anything that has a mass and volume, such as a pencil case (diagram 1).<br />Diagram 1:<br />
  3. 3. Non Matter<br />Anything that doesn’t have a mass and volume, such as light (diagram 2).<br />Diagram 2:<br />
  4. 4. Pure Substance<br />A substance that’s unbreakable into other substance that always has the same properties, such as crystals (diagram 3).<br />Diagram 3:<br />
  5. 5. Element<br />A pure substance that’s unbreakable into other substances that have only one kind of particle, such as gold (diagram 4).<br />Diagram 4:<br />
  6. 6. Compounds<br />A pure substance consists of two or more different elements that have only one kind of particle, such as solid, liquid or gas (diagram 5).<br />Diagram 5:<br />
  7. 7. Mixtures<br />Any substance that have two or more pure substance, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagram 6:<br />
  8. 8. Heterogeneous Mixtures<br />Elements that aren’t the same kind of ‘Mixtures’, such as cereals (diagram 7).<br />Diagram 7:<br />
  9. 9. Homogeneous Mixtures <br />Elements that are the same kind or similar of ‘Mixtures’, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagram 6:<br />
  10. 10. Mass<br />A unit of measurement for weight, such as substances that weigh (diagram 1).<br />Diagram 1:<br />
  11. 11. Volume<br />A measurement of space occupied, such as substance that occupies space (diagram 1). <br />Diagram 1:<br />
  12. 12. Suspension<br />A mixture with solid or liquid stuff scattered at the top, such as the cream floating above the watery part (diagram 8).<br />Diagram 8:<br />
  13. 13. Emulsion<br />A mixture of two liquid, such as milk (diagram 6).<br />Diagram 6:<br />
  14. 14. Mechanical Mixture <br />A mixture of two or more different parts that can be seen with the naked eye, such as cereal (diagram 7).<br />Diagram 7:<br />
  15. 15. Reversible Change <br />Change in a substance that can be reversed, such as ice being melted and frozen again (diagram 9).<br />Diagram 9:<br />
  16. 16. Non-Reversible Change <br />Change in a substance that can’t be reversed, such as wood being sawed into pieces (diagram 10).<br />Diagram 10:<br />
  17. 17. Example 1 of the 2 Examples of Physical Change<br />Melting ice (diagram 9).<br />Diagram 9:<br />
  18. 18. Example 2 of the2 Examples of Physical Change <br />Chopping wood (diagram 10).<br />Diagram 10:<br />
  19. 19. 2 Examples of chemical Change<br />Cooked egg (diagram 11).<br />Diagram 11:<br />
  20. 20. 2 Examples of chemical Change<br />Burning wood (diagram 12).<br />Diagram 12: <br />
  21. 21. After Words<br />This is a thing that I’ve spent almost 2 days on it and I’ve been really working hard on those drawings on paint. <br />Teachers, please don’t give me a bad mark, because I’ve spent a lot of time on this<br />

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