Chapter 3 Exercises

Chapter 3 Exercises - Chapter 3 Exercises The book gives...

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Chapter 3 Exercises The book gives answers to odd problems only. Because of the large number of problems, only the question section is shown 1. Define matter and give some examples: a. Me: matter is what makes anything that has a mass in the universe. I am made of matter, and so is the paper this is written on b. Book: Matter is defined as anything that occupies space and has mass. It can be thought of as the physical material that makes up the universe. 2. What is matter composed of? a. Matter is made up of atoms 3. What are the three states of matter? a. Me: solids, liquids, and gases. b. Book: same answer 4. What are the properties of a solid? a. The atoms of a solid are closely together and cannot move around eachother 5. What is the difference between a crystalline solid and an amorphous solid? a. Me: The atoms that make a crystalline solid are neatly organized into long-range highly organized units making them very rigid. Atoms in amorphous solids have little organization, so they are more pliable. b. Book:A crystalline solid has atoms arranged in a repeating geometric pattern, whereas an amorphous solid has atoms that do not form repeating patterns 6. What are the properties of a liquid? a.
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