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Properties of Matter:
States, Changes, property

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• 1. Chapter 11
Properties of Matter
• 2. Matter
Is anything that takes up space.
Examples: ice, water and clouds.
• 3. Anything you can observeaboutmatter by using one or more of your sense is a Physical Property.
Physical Properties of Matter
• 4. Measuring Matter
• 5. What are States of Matter?
• 6. Solids:
Is matter with a volume and shape that stay the same.
• 7. Liquids:
Is matter that has a volume that stays the same but a shape that can change.
A liquid takes the shape of whatever container holds it.
• 8. Gases:
A gas has no definite shape or volume.
A gas takes up all the space in a container.
• 9. Changes of State
Condensation
Evaporation
The change of liquid to a gas.
The change of a gas to a liquid.
• 10. How does the matter changes?
Physical Changes
Changes in matter that don’t form new kinds of matter are physical changes.
• 11. Physical Changes
Example# 1:
Cutting:
Cutting makes a piece of paper smaller, but the paper is still paper.
• 12. Physical Changes
Example #2
Knitting
Knitting a wool cap.
The thick wool is cut from sheep in spring.
The wool is combed into soft strands, which are pulled into threads and twisted to make yarn.
A knitter then knits the wool yarn into a cap.
In the cap, the wool looks different from the way it looked on the sheep, but it is still wool.
• 13. Physical Changes
Example # 3:
Mixture
A mixture is a substance that is made up of two or more kinds of matter.
You put different types of matter together, but no new types of matter are formed.
• 14. Solution
Is a mixture in which different kinds of matter mix evenly.
Since the sand didn’t dissolve in the water, that mixture wasn’t a solution.
Your mixture of salt and water was a solution.
A solution of detergent and water gets dishes clean.
• 15. Chemical Changes
Changes that form different kinds of matter are chemical changes.
Burning
Cooking
Rotting
Rusting