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Matter and Energy Dr. Vera Aliño [email protected] 1
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Matter - anything that occupies up space and has mass - made up of small particles 2
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I. Classifying Matter (according to their composition) Types of Matter PURE SUBSTANCES - one chemical - has a fixed composition ELEMENTS - made up of one type of material (atom) COMPOUNDS - made up of 2+ type of elements (molecules) - bonded together 3
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I. Classifying Matter (according to their composition) Types of Matter MIXTURES -two or more substances - can be separated by physical means PURE SUBSTANCES - one chemical - cannot be separated by physical means ELEMENTS - made up of one type of material (atom) COMPOUNDS - made up of 2+ type of elements (molecules) - bonded together HOMOGENEOUS - uniform composition - has one visibly distinct phase HETEROGENEOUS -nonuniform composition -2+ visibly distinct phase 4
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II. States or Phases of Matter SOLID LIQUID GAS Shape Fixed Variable Variable Volume Constant Constant Variable Particle Movement Vibration Independent beneath the surface Completely Independent (Random) 5
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III. Properties of Matter
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