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Lesson 4 Matter and its Properties: Particulate Nature and States of Matter SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, the student is expected to: Understand the basic ideas of the particle nature of matter. Describe the arrangement of particles and relative spacing in each state of matter. Describe the movement of particles in each state of matter. Classify matter. Distinguish between physical and chemical properties and changes. Distinguish between extensive and intensive properties of matter. 4.1 Particle Nature of Matter Remarks: At the macroscopic level, matter seems to be continuous; however, at the microscopic level, it is discontinuous and is composed of very tiny particles. 4.1.1 Kinetic Molecular Theory Remarks: To help us interpret the properties of each state of matter, scientists developed the kinetic molecular theory. According to this theory: 1. All matter consists of extremely tiny particles (atoms, molecules, or ions) that are in constant motion .
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