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What is matter? 2. What is mass and how does it compare to weight? 3. What word is used to describe the amount of space an object takes up?
1. Matter and Change Matter and Change
Unit III Properties of Matter Matter and Change
1. 1. 2. 3. Anything that takes up space and has mass. Weight is a measure of the pull of gravity on an object; mass is the amount of matter the object contains. Volume. Matter and Change What states of matter are represented in the photograph? What must you do to a substance to change it’s physical state? Matter and Change Matter and Change Matter and Change
The mass of an object is the amount of The mass of an object is the amount of matter the object contains. A golf ball has a greater mass than a table tennis ball. The golf ball, therefore, contains more matter. Matter and Change Matter and Change Matter and Change
Materials differ in terms of the kind of Materials differ in terms of the kind of matter they contain. Table sugar is always 100% sucrose. It always has the same chemical composition. Matter that has a uniform and definite composition is called a substance. Matter and Change Matter and Change Matter and Change
Substances contain only one kind of Substances contain only one kind of matter. Which of these two is a substance? H20 or Lemonade? Matter and Change
All samples of a substance have the All samples of a substance have the same physical properties. All crystals of sucrose taste sweet and dissolve completely in water. Matter and Change A physical property is a quality or condition of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the substance’s composition. Matter and Change Examples of physical properties include: 1. COLOR 2. SOLUBILITY 3. ODOR 4. HARDNESS Matter and Change 5. DENSITY 6. MELTING POINT 7. BOILING POINT Matter and Change Matter and Change Physical properties help chemists identify a substance based on their characteristics. Which substance is this? “Colorless liquid that boils at 100 ˚C and melts at 0 ˚C” ??????? “Colorless liquid that boils at 78 ˚C and melts at 117 ˚C” ??????? Matter and Change Matter and Change Property Solid Liquid Gas or vapor Shape
Volume Expansion on heating Compressi bility Definite Definite Very slight Almost incompre ssible Indefinite Definite Moderate Almost incompre ssible Indefinite Indefinite Great Readily compressible Important properties of the States of Matter Matter and Change Matter and Change
SOLIDS Coal, sugar, ice and iron. Definite shape and volume. The shape doesn’t depend on the shape of their container. The particles are packed tightly together, they are almost incompressible. Solids expand only lightly when heated Matter and Change Matter and Change
LIQUIDS Water, milk and blood. Takes the shape of their container (flows). Particles are packed closely together, but not rigidly packed. The volume that a liquid occupies is always constant, no matter what shape it takes. Almost incompressible, with a tendency to expand when heated. Matter and Change Matter and Change
GASES Takes the shape and form of their container (flowable). Particles are spaced far apart. Gases expand without limit to fill any space. Gases are easily compressed. Matter and Change Matter and Change
VAPOR The gaseous state of a substance that is generally a liquid or solid at room temperature. Steam (the gaseous state of matter) is referred to as a vapor because water is a liquid at room temperature. Moist air contains water vapor. Matter and Change Matter and Change A type of change that alters a given material without changing it’s chemical composition. Examples include: cutting, grinding, bending, the melting of the metal gallium, the freezing of water and the condensation of steam to water. PHYSICAL CHANGE Matter and Change Matter and Change Other verbs or actions related to physical changes include: boil, freeze, dissolve, melt, condense, break, split, crack, grind, cut, crush and bend.
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