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Changes in and Characteristics of Matter Chemistry 102 Fall 2009
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In the Text… r Chapter 1 c c End of Chapter Questions 1-6, 8-12 (even) 2
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Worksheets/Handouts r Classifying Matter Decision Tree r Activity – Basic Concepts About Matter c Print out and bring to class. c Complete focus questions before in-class session Tentatively scheduled for: _____________ 3
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What is a science? 4
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What is chemistry? 7
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What is matter? r Definition: Matter c Anything that has mass and occupies space r Examples: c Air, oxygen, soil, bacteria, etc. 9
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States of Matter 10
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Matter can be classified by physical state r Solid r Liquid r Gas 11
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Matter can be classified by physical state r Solid c defined shape and volume c Molecules tightly packed together “Glass of Ice Cubes” online photograph. DKImages. 26 Aug. 2007 12
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Matter can be classified by physical state r Liquid c defined volume but takes the shape of the container c Molecules loosely packed together “A glass of water” online photograph. DKImages. 26 Aug. 2007. 13
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Matter can be classified by physical state r Gas c lacks a defined shape or volume c Molecules far apart " water: steam ." Online Photograph. EncyclopAdia Britannica Online. 26 ±ug. 2007 14
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Changes in state r Temperature, pressure, structural forces affect state " water: steam ." Online Photograph. EncyclopAdia Britannica Online. 26 ±ug. 2007 “± glass of water” online photograph. DKImages. 26 ±ug. 2007. “Glass of Ice Cubes” online photograph. DKImages. 26 ±ug. 2007 16
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PROPERTIES OF MATTER Text section 1.4 17
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Properties of Matter r A property is a distinguishing characteristic of a substance that is used to identify and describe r Two types of properties: c Physical c Chemical 18
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Physical Properties r Characteristic that can be observed without changing the basic identity of something r Color, odor, physical state (solid, liquid, gas), melting and boiling points, hardness 19
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2009 for the course CHE 102 taught by Professor Maggie during the Fall '09 term at Wisc Whitewater.

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