Last Statement- 0-14 You Start- What alters the form or appearance

Last Statement- 0-14
You Start- What alters the form or appearance of matter, but does not turn any
substance in the matter into a different substance.
I have- Physical Change
Who has- This is the total energy of the motion of all of the particles in an object.
Usually you experience this when you describe matter as feeling hot or cold.
I have- Thermal Energy
Who has- This occurs when a substance transforms into another substance
I have- Chemical Change
Who has- The statue of liberty is an example of what type of Chemical Change
I have- Oxidation: the combination of a substance with oxygen
Who has- The fact that matter is not created or destroyed in any chemical or
physical change
I have- Law of conservation of mass
Who has- The measure of how hot or cold something is
I have- temperature
Who has- the substances that undergo chemical change in a chemical reaction
I have- Reactants
Who has- A type of reaction that needs more energy to break the bonds of its
reactants? The energy needed is absorbed for the surrounding matter. The
surrounding matter becomes cooler.
I have- Endothermic Reaction
Who has- The new substances that are formed after a chemical reaction
I have- Products
Who has- The direction in which heat energy travels in an endothermic reaction
I have- Heat is absorbed into reacting matter
Who has- A chemical reaction that occurs inside a sealed, airtight container
I have- Closed System
Who has- How are Endothermic and Exothermic Reaction the same
I have- There is a change in energy in both reactions
Who has- A fish tank is an example of this, and matter can enter from or escape to
the surroundings
I have- Open System
Who has- A reaction in which energy is released as products form. The Energy
released is commonly heat.
I have- Exothermic Reaction
Who has- Which system would be used to demonstrate the conservation of mass
I have- A closed system is better to demonstrate the conservation of mass, because
matter cannot enter or leave.
Who has- A compound that tastes sour and is commonly found in fruits
I have- Acids
Who has- How do acids react with carbonates
I have- One product of the reaction is the gas Carbon Dioxide
Who has- How do bases feel when held in your hands
I have- Slippery
Who has- How do acids react with most metals
I have- Corrosion: the metal is “worn away” during the reaction.
Who has- Melons, cocoa beans and almonds all tend to taste…
I have- Bitter
Who has- Bitter taste is a common characteristic of what substance
I have- Bases
Who has- When Blue Litmus paper is dipped in an acid the indicator paper will turn
this color
I have- Red
Who has- A substance that is good for washing metals, because of its basic
I have- Soap
Who has- A substance found in your body that aids breaking down food
I have- Stomach Acid
Who has- What would you infer about a substance that did not change litmus paper
red or blue
I have- The substance is not an acid or a base
Who has- A specific substance that is not an acid of a base, we also drink this.
I have- Water
Who has- Pure water is given the value of seven on what scale
I have- pH Scale
Who has- The purpose of the pH scale
I have- To determine the strength of an acid or a base.
Who has- 7 on the pH scale is said to be what
I have- Neutral
Who has the value of a strong base
I have- 14
Who has- the value of a weak acid
I have- 6
Who has- the reaction between an acid and a base
I have- Neutralization
Who has- the range of the pH scale