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Matter

Dylan Long and Andy Alvarado
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Dylan Long

on 26 March 2015

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Transcript of Matter

Matter
There are 4 states of matter.
Liquid:Matter that is free flowing, but has a constant volume.
Solid:Matter the is firm the has a constant shape and volume
Gas:an air like fluid substance which expands freely to fill any space available, irrespective of its quantity.
Plasma:an ionized gas consisting of positive ions and free electrons in proportions resulting in more or less no overall electric charge.
Physical and Chemical properties of matter
Extensive properties, such as mass and volume, depend on the amount of matter being measured. Intensive properties, such as density and color, do not depend on the amount of the substance present. Physical properties can be measured without changing a substance's chemical identity.
How to measure matter
To find the measure of matter you need to find density.
Density is found by taking mass (not weight) and dividing it by the objects volume. (Space taken up)
This is how matter is measured in grams/centimeters cubed
Phase Changes
Freezing: Liquid to solid
Melting: Solid to Liquid
Condensation: Gas to Liquid
Vaporization: Liquid to Gas
Sublimation: Solid to Gas
Deposition: Solid to Liquid
Physical and Chemical changes of Matter
Physical changes of matter only affect an objects appearance
A chemical change changes a substance into an entirely different substance
Matter
By: Dylan Long, Andy Alvarado


Particles
Solid
Liquid
Gas
Plasma
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