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Matter

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Natalie Howell

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of Matter

Matter
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space (volume).
Atoms
small particles that make up matter
Physical Properties
Properties that can be observed without changing the identity of the substance
Physical Properties
conductivity - the ability of a material to transfer heat and electricity
Almost everything around you is matter
Can you name something that is considered matter? What about something that is NOT matter?
Round Robin
What is matter made up of?
molecule - 2 or more atoms joined together
Ex. H O, CO , C H O
2
How big is an atom?
Cut a piece of paper in half
Place one half on the table
Cut the remaining piece in half
Continue cutting (each cut should be
parallel to the first
) and count the number of cuts you are able to make
Ex: color, hardness, magnetism, conductivity, odor, state
mass - the amount of matter in an object
volume - the amount of SPACE an object takes up (LxWxH)
weight - a measure of the pull of gravity on an object
malleability - the ability to be bent, hammered, or flattened without breaking
ductility - ability to be pulled into thin wires without breaking
hardness - a material's ability to scratch another material
Atoms
Triple Beam Balance
Graduated
Cylinder
Spring
Scale
2
6
12
6
Physical Properties
metric unit - Newtons (N)
metric unit - liter (liquid)
cubic centimeter - solid
metric unit - gram
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