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• 1. Name: ___________________ Hour: _________________ Teacher: Henley N04 Glencoe Science, Level Red Chapter 2 &amp; 3 Notes Chapter 3: Matter and Its Changes Section 1: Physical Properties and Changes A. _______________&#x2014;any characteristic of matter that can be observed or measured without changing the identity of the matter: a _________ change makes physical properties change, but their identity remains the same. 1. Any characteristic that can be observed or measured is a physical property. i. ____________can be measured. ii. ____________(amount of material in an object) can be measured. iii. ____________ is a measure of how much space an object takes up; iv. _____________ is the amount of mass a material has for a given volume. Circle the picture that is more Dense. Circle the picture that is more Dense? It is not always easy to know by looking at objects. A Pepsi can and diet Pepsi can look alike. If we dropped them both in water (displacement) then the water should rise the same amount for both cans: meaning that they have the same ___________. But, they could have different masses as we learned in the lab when we used the triple beam balances. They also might have different ____________. You would find an object&#x2019;s density by using this formula. D= m/v. 1. Density changes as pressure or ______________ changes. This ball does not float at 15 degrees Celsius, but does float at 40 degrees Celsius. Why would that be? ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ ____________________________ Water 15 degrees Water 40 degrees Ball sinks Ball floats v. Physical appearances can be observed (5 senses)
• 2. B. Solid,____________, gas and plasma are four states of matter. An objects state of matter depends on its temperature and pressure. 1. Matter is made up of ____________ particles. Matter in the plasma phase have the most energy, gas has less than plasma, liquid has less energy than gas, and solids have less energy than liquids. 2. ______________ point&#x2014;temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid (ice melting) 3. ______________ point&#x2014;temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas (water boiling) C. ____________properties can include luster, malleability, ductility, and magnetism. D. _____________ properties can be used to identify, classify, and separate substances.
• 3. Section 2: Chemical Properties and Changes A. _____________Property&#x2014;characteristic that gives a substance the ability to undergo a change that results in a new substance 1. Flammability 2. Reacts with oxygen, light, water, or other substances Notes from slides __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ B. Chemical ____________&#x2014;change in the identity of a substance due to its chemical properties. 1. Signs of a chemical change include the production of bubbles, heat, light, smoke, sounds or color changes. 2. Chemical changes are not _____________ using physical means. __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ C. Law of conservation ________________&#x2014;mass is never lost or gained in a chemical reaction. 1. When material is burned, residue is less massive than original material 2. Ash, smoke, and gases escaped into the air&#x2014;they are still considered matter. 3. Their mass was not lost, only ______________. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________
• 4. Chapter 4: Atoms, Elements, and the Periodic Table Section 1: Structure of Matter Section 2: The Simplest Matter Section 3: Compounds and Mixtures