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Matter & Energy Sec. 2.3 Notes

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Transcript of Matter & Energy Sec. 2.3 Notes

Sec. 2.3 Notes
Properties are used to
identify substances

How can physical properties be used to identify a substance?
How do you identify a substance by its properties?
Why can't you identify a substance on the basis of density alone?
Pop Quiz
1. What happens to ice at 0 degrees C?
2. What state is a substance in if its temperature is slightly above its freezing point?
3. What is the density of a block of wood with a mass of 120g and a volume of 200cm3?
4. Iron can rust when it is exposed to oxygen. What method could be used to prevent iron from rusting?
0.6 g/cm3
Random movie clip trivia to the person sitting in SEAT 2B (or not to be). Watch the famous movie clip and tell me what state the movie takes place.
http://movieclips.com/B648H-tom-sawyer-movie-whitewashin/
Missouri
Compare the properties of the unknown substance with the properties of known substances.
Compare the properties of the unknown substances with the properties of known substances.
More than one substance can have the same density.
What metal will a magnet attract?

What method can be used to separate a solid from a liquid?
Steel
using a filter
Now it's time to get that study guide done. Enjoy this video while you work.
OOOPppss, don't forget the Physical & Chemical change name game, round 2 begins now.
1. Making a tye-dye t-shirt is what kind of change for the t-shirt?

2. Silver tarnishing.

3. The formation of rust on iron.
1. Making a tye-dye t-shirt is what kind of change for the t-shirt?

Physical
2. Silver tarnishing.

Chemical
3. The formation of rust on iron.

Chemical
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/electrostatic+precipitator
http://www.novinda.com/power-plant-solutions/how-an-esp-works/
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