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The Particle Theory of Matter

This is my vision of how the World of Particle Theory works
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Joseph Geodisico

on 24 September 2013

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By Joseph Geodisico
Particle Theory of Matter
Science Presentation
By Joseph G.
Particle Theory of Matter
Particle Theory of Matter
What is...
Scientific Theory
What is…..
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Particle Theory of Matter - is a theory based upon discrete units called atoms. This theory also includes how atoms in matter always move around even though you don’t see them.
Scientific Theory - is a theory of an approved explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of knowledge that has been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment.
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What is….. Solubility
Saturated – is combined with or containing all the solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature.
What is….. Mechanical Mixture
Mixture – is a mixture is a material system made up of two or more different substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically. Cement is a mixture of sand, water, lime, and other ground-up rocks and solids.
What is….. Mixture
Heterogeneous Solution - is a solution where the components of the solution are not uniform or have localized regions with different properties. It’s a solution but seeing some of the solute.
What is….. Heterogeneous Solution
Solute- is a substance incapable of dissolving another substance. Solute changes its state when forming a solution.
Solvents – is a liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances. Solvent does not change its state in forming a solution.
Plasma – The molecules found in plasma are a mixture of liquid and gas. Similar to liquid because the molecules found in liquid are loose. Like gas, this matter is not fully understood. You can change a solid to a liquid by melting just add heat and you can change a liquid to a gas by evaporation just add heat and you can change a gas to plasma by ionization just add heat.
Gas –The spaces between molecules found in gas are very big. Gas molecules are either supported by a slim bond or none at all. The molecules in gas can move really fast but are really weak. You can change a gas to liquid by condensation. You can change a gas to a solid by sublimation.
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What is….. Unsaturated
What is….. Saturated
Concentration - is the strength of a solution; number of molecules, (solute), of a substance in a given volume (expressed as moles/cubic meter)
Mechanical mixture – is a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together, not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding. Like a heterogenous solution, you can see the physical outcome of both mixtures. An omelette is a mechanical mixture because you can see the different parts that make up the omelette.
Homogeneous solution - is a solution where the components that make up the solution are uniformly distributed throughout the solution. It’s a solution without seeing the solute anymore because it dissolved into the solvent, creating a solution.
What is….. Solute
What is….. Solution
Calcium + Bone = Healthy bone
What is….. Homogenous Solution
Calcium + Bone = Healthy bone
What is….. Homogenous Solution
What is….. Solvent
Plasma
Calcium + Bone = Healthy bone
What is….. Homogenous Solution
Calcium + Bone = Healthy bone
What is….. Homogenous Solution
Fills most of the space
Solute particles
Solvent Particles
Fills some of the space
Solute Particles
Solvent Particles
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What is…..
Solution – is created when a solvent interacts with a solute. A solute can be divided into two categories, homogenous and heterogenous.
What is…..
Solute- is a substance incapable of dissolving another substance. Solute changes its state when forming a solution.
Homogeneous solution - is a solution where the components that make up the solution are uniformly distributed throughout the solution. It’s a solution without seeing the solute anymore because it dissolved into the solvent, creating a solution.
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What is…..
Heterogeneous Solution - is a solution where the components of the solution are not uniform or have localized regions with different properties. It’s a solution but seeing some of the solute.
What is….. Mixture
Mixture – is a material system made up of two or more different substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically. Cement is a mixture of sand, water, lime, and other ground-up rocks and solids.
What is…..
Mechanical mixture – is a substance consisting of two or more substances mixed together, not in fixed proportions and not with chemical bonding. Like a heterogenous solution, you can see the physical outcome of both mixtures. An omelette is a mechanical mixture because you can see the different parts that make up the omelette.
What is…..
Dilute – is lessen the strength or flavour of a solution or mixture. The solute particles fills some of the space. Opposite of what concentrated is.
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What is…..
Concentration - is the strength of a solution; number of molecules, (solute), of a substance in a given volume (expressed as molecules/cubic meter)
Concentrated – is being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature. The solute particles fills most of the space. Opposite of what dilute is.
What is…..
What is…..
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Saturated – is combined with or containing all the solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature.
What is…..
Unsaturated - is capable of dissolving more of a substance at a given temperature.
What is…..
Solubility - is the property of a solid, liquid, or gaseous chemical substance called solute to dissolve in a solid, liquid, or gaseous solvent to form a homogeneous solution of the solute in the solvent. A property of something when dissolving.
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Solution
Solute
Heterogeneous Solution
Mechanical Mixture
Dilute
Concentrated
Concentration
Saturated
Unsaturated
Solubility
Homogenous Solution
Gas
Liquid
Solid
The molecules found in solid are tightly packed. The forces between particles are strong enough so that the particles cannot move freely but can only vibrate. Solid molecules are strongly supported by each other because they are tightly packed. The spaces between them are very short. You can change a solid to a liquid by melting the solid. You can change a solid to gas by sublimation.
The molecules found in liquid are loosely in compressible. It’s a fluid that can take the shape of its container. When a solid, like an ice cube or metals, are heated to their melting temperatures, they turn to liquid. You can change a liquid to a solid by freezing. You can change a liquid to gas by evaporation.
Different States of Matter
In our natural world, there are four different states of matter.
These are all of them that are so far discovered
Changing the states of matter
you can change a solid to a liquid.
you can change a liquid to a gas.
you can change a gas to a plasma.
All by adding heat
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