1. Energy
    The ability for matter to do work
  2. Matter
    The physical characteristics of mass and volume
  3. Mass
    The amount of matter in an object
  4. Volume
    The space that matter occupies
  5. Meniscus
    Curve of the liquid in the cylinder
  6. Density
    The amount of matter in a given space
  7. How do we figure out the density of an object
  8. The atomic number of an element is equal to
    The number of protons
  9. The atomic mass number is equal to
    The sum of thte protons and neutrons
  10. What are the three major categories of elements in the periodic table
    • Metals
    • Metalloids
    • Nonmetals
  11. Where are the metals  located on the PT
    Left side
  12. Where are the nonmetals  located on the PT
  13. Where are the metalloids  located on the PT
    Between the metals and the nonmetals
  14. What are some properties of metals
    • Shiny
    • Malleable
    • Ductile
    • Good conductor of electricity and heat
    • Solids
  15. What are some of the properties of metalloids
    Characteristics of metals and nonmetals
  16. What are some examples of metalloids
    • Silicon
    • Germanium
    • Boron
    • Arsenic
    • Antimony
    • Tellurium
    • Polonium
  17. What are some properties of nonmetals
    • Low density
    • Low boiling point
    • Poor conductor of electricity
    • Good insulator
    • Most are gases
  18. What are some examples of nonmetals
    • Carbon
    • Oxygen
    • Nitrogen
    • Hydrogen
  19. The horizontal rows on the PT
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