Science Chapter 11 Study Guide

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Science Chapter 11 Study Guide
The following are topics and terms you should be familiar with from chapter 11. Use
your notes and chapter 11 handouts.
Define: element, atom, proton, neutron, electron, compound, saturated, concentrated, dilute,
volume, density, mass.
On a separate paper, answer the following questions
How can I use an object’s mass and volume to figure out its density?
Explain some physical properties of metals.
How do the columns of the periodic table arrange the elements?
What is true is about the number of protons and electrons in an element?
Name 2 similarities and 2 differences of between a gold bar that is 8 inches long and a gold
bar that is 4 inches long.
What happens to particles of a material when heat is added to them? What happens when heat
is taken away?
What is a chemical formula and how can it be used to find out how many elements are in H 20?
How can an object’s density be used to determine if it will float in water?
If a ship is made of iron (which is denser than water), explain how it can stay afloat?
What is the difference between condensation and evaporation?
Have an understanding of:
-How the physical properties of an element are different from chemical properties
-The differences between mixtures and solutions
-The properties of salts
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