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MATTER – PART 2
WHAT IS MATTER?
Matter -
anything that has mass
and takes up space
Mass -
the quantity of matter
contained in an object
Weight -
measures force due to
gravity
How do we classify
different types of
matter?
By Phase or State of Matter
Phase
Particle Properties
Proximity Energy Volume Shape
Solid
Liquid
Gas
close little fixed fi...
What is the difference
between chemical and
physical - changes and
properties?
Physical Property -
a characteristic of a
material which is
observed without a new
substance produced
Examples -
odor, color, volume, state
(solid, liquid or gas)
melting or boiling point
Physical Change -
a change where no new
substance is formed
Examples -
dissolving, tearing,
hammering, phase
changes or changes of
state:
(solid ↔ liquid ↔ gas)
Chemistry - the study
of matter and its
changes
Chemical Property -
a characteristic of a
material which indicates
its ability to form a new
substance or not
Examples -
flammability, corrosion of
metals, reacting with
oxygen
Chemical Change -
a change that results in
the production of a new
substance, also called a
reaction
Examples -
Burning, corrosion, baking
a cake
CaO + CO2 → CaCO3
Reactants → Products
Four General Signs of a Chemical
Change
1. Gas formed
2. Large energy change
3. Precipitate formed
4. Color change
(chang...
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  1. 1. MATTER – PART 2
  2. 2. WHAT IS MATTER? Matter - anything that has mass and takes up space
  3. 3. Mass - the quantity of matter contained in an object
  4. 4. Weight - measures force due to gravity
  5. 5. How do we classify different types of matter?
  6. 6. By Phase or State of Matter Phase Particle Properties Proximity Energy Volume Shape Solid Liquid Gas close little fixed fixed close moderate fixed not fixed far apart a lot not fixed not fixed Click here to view animation
  7. 7. What is the difference between chemical and physical - changes and properties?
  8. 8. Physical Property - a characteristic of a material which is observed without a new substance produced
  9. 9. Examples - odor, color, volume, state (solid, liquid or gas) melting or boiling point
  10. 10. Physical Change - a change where no new substance is formed
  11. 11. Examples - dissolving, tearing, hammering, phase changes or changes of state: (solid ↔ liquid ↔ gas)
  12. 12. Chemistry - the study of matter and its changes
  13. 13. Chemical Property - a characteristic of a material which indicates its ability to form a new substance or not
  14. 14. Examples - flammability, corrosion of metals, reacting with oxygen
  15. 15. Chemical Change - a change that results in the production of a new substance, also called a reaction
  16. 16. Examples - Burning, corrosion, baking a cake CaO + CO2 → CaCO3 Reactants → Products
  17. 17. Four General Signs of a Chemical Change 1. Gas formed 2. Large energy change 3. Precipitate formed 4. Color change (change of odor & taste)
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