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Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space(has volu

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D Rogers

on 24 August 2016

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Transcript of Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space(has volu

Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space(has volume) and that all matter is made up of (atoms) very small particles too small to be seen. Even though these particles are very small, they cause matter to have its basic properties.
Liquids have a definite volume, but their shape changes according to the shape of their containers.
The particles are also close to one another, but they are able to move apart from each other and flow from place to place.
The volume of a liquid can be measured using a graduated cylinder or graduated syringe.
Gases have no definite shape or volume, but take the shape and volume of their containers, filling the space available.
The particles easily move far apart from each other and spread out through the available space.
It is because of the movement and spacing of particles of matter that the volume and shape of solids, liquids, and gases differ.
have a definite shape and volume.
Volume of a solid with rectangular sides can be determined by measuring with a ruler and calculating height x width x length.
Volume of an irregularly shaped solid can be determined by water displacement in a graduated cylinder.
The volume of water displaced equals the volume of the object.
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