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  1. what are the alkali metals?
    Lithium (Li), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Rubidium (Rb), Cesium (Cs) and Francium (Fr)
  2. what are the alkaline earth metals?
    Beryllium (Be), Magnesium (Mg), Calcium (Ca), Strontium (Sr), Barium (Ba), and Radium (Ra)
  3. what are the Halogens?
    Fluorine (F), Chlorine (Cl), Bromine (Br), Iodine (I), and Astatine (At)
  4. what are the noble gases?
    Helium (He), Neon (Ne), Argon (Ar), Krypton (Kr), Xenon (Xe), and Radon (Rn).
  5. H
    Hydrogen
  6. Potassium
    K
  7. Ca
    Calcium
  8. Rb
    Rubidium
  9. Zinc
    Zn
  10. Zn
    Zinc
  11. Rubidium
    Rb
  12. Calcium
    Ca
  13. Hydrogen
    H
  14. Li
    Lithium
  15. Lithium
    Li
  16. Be
    Beryllium
  17. Beryllium
    Be
  18. He
    Helium
  19. Helium
    He
  20. B
    Boron
  21. Boron
    B
  22. C
    Carbon
  23. Carbon
    C
  24. N
    Nitrogen
  25. Nitrogen
    N
  26. O
    Oxygen
  27. Oxygen
    O
  28. F
    Fluorine
  29. Fluorine
    F
  30. Ne
    Neon
  31. Neon
    Ne
  32. Sodium
    Na
  33. Na
    Sodium
  34. Magnesium
    Mg
  35. Mg
    Magnesium
  36. Al
    Aluminum
  37. Aluminum
    Al
  38. Si
    Silicon
  39. Silicon
    Si
  40. P
    Phosphorus
  41. Phosphorus
    P
  42. S
    Sulfur
  43. Sulfur
    S
  44. Cl
    Chlorine
  45. Chlorine
    Cl
  46. Ar
    Argon
  47. Argon
    Ar
  48. Sc
    Scandium
  49. Scandium
    Sc
  50. Ti
    Titanium
  51. Titanium
    Ti
  52. V
    Vanadium
  53. Vanadium
    V
  54. Cr
    Chromium
  55. Chromium
    Cr
  56. Manganese
    Mn
  57. Mn
    Manganese
  58. Fe
    Iron
  59. Iron
    Fe
  60. Co
    Cobalt
  61. Cobalt
    Co
  62. Ni
    Nickel
  63. Nickel
    Ni
  64. Cu
    Copper
  65. Copper
    Cu
  66. Ga
    Gallium
  67. Gallium
    Ga
  68. Ge
    Germanium
  69. Germanium
    Ge
  70. As
    Arsenic
  71. Arsenic
    As
  72. Se
    Selenium
  73. Selenium
    Se
  74. Br
    Bromine
  75. Bromine
    Br
  76. Kr
    Krypton
  77. Krypton
    Kr
  78. Ag
    Silver
  79. Silver
    Ag
  80. Iodine
    I
  81. I
    Iodine
  82. Xe
    Xenon
  83. Xenon
    Xe
  84. Ba
    Barium
  85. Barium
    Ba
  86. Au
    Gold
  87. Gold
    Au
  88. Hg
    Mercury
  89. Mercury
    Hg
  90. Pb
    Lead
  91. Lead
    Pb
  92. U
    Uranium
  93. Uranium
    U
  94. what is mass?
    measure of how much matter is present in a sample
  95. what is the metric unit of mass?
    gram (g)
  96. how many milligrams (mg) are in a gram?
    1000
  97. how many grams are in a kilogram?
    1000
  98. what is volume?
    measure of how much space is occupied
  99. what is the metric unit of volume?
    Liters (L)
  100. how many milliliters (mL) are in a Liter?
    1000
  101. what does CM3 stand for?
    cubic cenimeters
  102. 1 cubic centimiter is the same as:
    1 milliliter
  103. what is the metric unit of length?
    meter (m)
  104. how many centimeters (cm) are in a meter?
    100
  105. How many millimeters are in a meter?
    1000
  106. how many meters are in a kilometer?
    1000
  107. what is temperature?
    the measuerment of how hot or cold something is; a measure of movement of molecules (a reflection of the average kinetic energy of the molecules).
  108. what are the units of temperature?
    Fahrenheit (F), Celsius (C) and Kelvin (K)
  109. What is density?
    • how closely spaced objects are
    • useful in identifying evidence
    • ratio of mass of the object to the volume of the object
    • charachteristic physical property of a substance
  110. what are the three physical states of matter?
    • solid
    • liquid
    • gas
  111. what is vaporization?
    liquid to gas
  112. what is condensation?
    gas to liquid
  113. what is deposition?
    gas to solid
  114. what is sublimation?
    solid to gas
  115. what is a pure substance?
    contains only 1 type of compound or element

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