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Properties of Matter

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Erin Hudgens

on 17 November 2015

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Transcript of Properties of Matter

Properties of Matter
Properties can be Observable or Measurable
Observable (using senses)
Sight- color, shape, size
Touch- texture, hot or cold
Smell- does it smell or not?
3.P.2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the properties used to classify matter
and how heat energy can change matter from one state to another.

Length
Mass
Temperature
Volume
Scientific Tools
Measurable (using tools)
Volume
Temperature
Length
Length can be measured using a ruler, tape measure, or meter stick.
The greater the length, the longer the object. Which animal has the greater length?
Length is the measurement of something from end to end.
Ruler- measured in inches, 12 inches= 1 foot
Tape measure
Meter Stick- measured in centimeters
1 meter= 100 centimeters
Mass is how much matter is in an object.
Mass can be measured using a balance- measure what you want to weight against something you already know the weight of.
An object with a large mass feels heavier than an object with a smaller mass.
Temperature is the measure of heat in an object.
Temperature can be measured using a thermometer.
An object with a higher (greater) temperature feels hotter to the touch than an object with a lower temperature.
Volume is the amount of space that an object takes up.
The volume of a liquid can be measured with...
An object with a larger volume takes up more space than an object with a lesser volume.
Beaker
Graduated Cylinder
Graduated Syringe
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or Measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
Observable or measurable? What does it tell us?
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