Properties of matter

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Properties of matter

  1. 1. Properties of Matter<br />
  2. 2. Properties of Matter<br />Physical Properties<br />Has 2 properties.<br />- Physical<br />-Chemical<br /><ul><li>Mass
  3. 3. Weight
  4. 4. Volume
  5. 5. Density
  6. 6. Malleability
  7. 7. Conductivity
  8. 8. Boiling Point </li></li></ul><li>Mass vs. Weight<br />Mass & Weight are NOT the same<br /><ul><li>Mass ALWAYS stays the same
  9. 9. Weight changes depending where you are.
  10. 10. Ex. On the moon your mass would be the same as on earth but your weight would be different. </li></li></ul><li>Volume<br />Malleability<br />Conductivity<br />Boiling Point <br />Space something takes up. <br />All 3 dimensional objects have it<br />How easily something can be shaped<br />Can carry an electric current<br />At what point a <br />Substance boils<br />
  11. 11. Physical Changes to Matter<br />Condensation<br />Sublimation<br />Is a change in size, shape, or state of matter.<br /><ul><li>Examples:
  12. 12. Water freezing into Ice
  13. 13. Water boiling and becoming a gas
  14. 14. Ice melting</li></ul>Where a gas is reduced to a liquid or solid form. Ex: Soda Can<br />Where an object changes from a solid to a gas without becoming a liquid<br />
  15. 15. Chemical Properties<br />Chemical Changes<br />Is a characteristic of a substance that indicates whether it can go through a chemical change<br /><ul><li>Flammability
  16. 16. Reactivity
  17. 17. pH (Acid or Base)
  18. 18. Burns
  19. 19. Produces a gas (bubbles)
  20. 20. Color change
  21. 21. Produces a precipitate (makes a solid from mixing 2 liquids)</li></li></ul><li>Chemical or Physical Change?<br />Tearing Paper?<br />Mixing Salt and Water?<br />Burning Paper?<br />Evaporating the water to leave the salt?<br />Baking Soda and Vinegar?<br />Dry Ice becoming a Gas?<br />Mentos and diet coke?<br />Gasoline Combustion in a car?<br />
  22. 22. Change the Cookie<br />Using ONLY yourself. What are 3 ways you can physically change the cookie?<br />Using ONLY yourself. What is 1 way you can chemically change the cookie?<br />

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