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The Particle Theory Of Matter

To demonstrate what the particle theory is.
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seyon ravikumar

on 6 June 2016

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Transcript of The Particle Theory Of Matter

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States of Matter
Solid
The Particle Theory Of Matter Is Where ....
Matter is made of particles that are invisible called atoms or molecules they are too small to examine with a naked eye. The molecules are attracted to each other. They are also in motion all the time and they have space between them. The amount of space between them is different for each state. For example; particles in a liquid have more space between each other compared to a solid. The particles move faster when the temperature increases and move slower when the temperature decreases.
Differences Between
Pure Substances &
Mixtures
Examples of Pure Substances
Helium
Oxygen
Gold
Sliver
Particles In a Solid
Introduction of The
Particle Theory of Matter
The Particle Theory of Matter
Liquid
Gas
The difference between pure substances and mixtures is that pure substances are made up of one type of substance
and a mixture is a combination of two or more substances. Also the particle theory of matter says that particles have space between them, the particles in a pure substance have very little space between each other and in a mixture there are more space between them.
Definitions
Matter:A physical
substance that has mass and takes up space.

Solid: Matter that has shape and volume, it's particles are tightly.

Liquid:Matter that only has volume. It's particles can move around but they are close to each other.

Gas:Matter that does not have mass nor volume.It's particles can move freely and they have a lot of space between each other.
Examples of
Mixtures
Tea
Fuel
Juice
Pop
Most beverages & food
Particles in a solid are very close to each other and they can't maneuver around. The particles are also consonantly vibrating but they can't move from one place to another. They are incompressible because they make a fixed shape. A solid has vibrational energy.
Particles In a Liquid

Particles in a liquid have
more space between them
than the particles in a
solid.They can slip past
each other. They are incompres-
sible. A liquid has
translational energy
which gives it the capability
to flow and spread.
Particles In a Gas
Particles
in a gas have
more between them
space compared to a
solid and
liquid.They can move in
any direction.The particles have
rotational, translational and vibrational energy. They are not affected by gravity. They con be compressed. They have high kinetic energy.
For Example:
Juice
Water
Pop
Milk
Oil
Petroleum
Lotion
Wine
For Example:
Oxygen
Helium
Carbon
Dioxide
Stem
Gas
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Sources:
Investigating Science & Technology Grade 7 Textbook

http://www.clickandlearn.org/Gr9_Sci/Particle_Theory.htm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9x-fEcRVNqov

http://www.chem.purdue.edu/gchelp/liquids/character.html

http://chemistry.about.com/od/matter/f/What-Are-Examples-Of-Pure-Substances.htm


http://sch3u1-fall2012.wikispaces.com/file/view/Gases%20-%20Dec%2018.pdf/393440542/Gases%20-%20Dec%2018.pdf
Thank You For Your Time!

- Seyon.R
Melting
;
Heat added
Evaporation; heat added
Condensation;
heat taken away
Freezing; heat taken away
Physical Changes
For Example: IceIron Rubber Rock
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