Today in Science
You will Need:
1)Pencil or Pen, Colored Pencils
2)Textbook – Pg. 85
3)Definition of Matter Lab –- 3 pages...
Reminders
1)Test Corrections & Signature – Due
today
2)Definition of Matter Lab will be due
Friday at the beginning of cla...
Topic:
Matter & Particle
Movement
Gas
Liquid
Name
Date
Class
Period
Solid (Amorphous &
Crystalline)
Liquid
Endothermic
Exothermic
Gas
Gas: Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Gas
•Definite Shape – No, it fills whatever
shape it is put into
•Definite Volume –No, Gas can fit into
whatever volume yo...
Liquid
Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Liquid
•Definite Shape – No, it conforms
but does not always fill the
container
•Definite Volume –Yes, liquid
always has t...
Solid
Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Amorphou
s
Abilityto
stretch
Solid
Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Amorphou
s
Abilityto
stretch
Solid
Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Amorphou
s
Crystalli
ne
Repeating Pattern
– Crystal
Lattice
Vibrate
as one
unit...
Solid
Atom/Molecular Movement
Illustration
Amorphou
s
Crystalli
ne
Repeating Pattern
– Crystal
Lattice
Vibrate
as one
unit...
Solids
•Definite Shape – Yes, most often has a
specific form
•Definite Volume –Yes, ALWAYS fills up the
same amount of spa...
Endo vs. Exo
Type of Change Definition Heat
(in or out)
Temperature
(up or down)
Endothermic
(photosynthesis)
Exothermic
(...
Characteristic Chart
Example State of
Matter
Definite
Shape
Definite
Volume
Takes the Shape
of the Container
1. Water at
2...
Homework
1)Please, complete Cornell Notes &
Characteristic Chart by Tomorrow
2)Definition of Matter Lab + Cornell
Notes – ...
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Definition of Matter Lab Day 3.2013

  1. 1. Today in Science You will Need: 1)Pencil or Pen, Colored Pencils 2)Textbook – Pg. 85 3)Definition of Matter Lab –- 3 pages 6 sides- Picked up yesterday and Monday 4)1 sheet of Binder Paper – set up for Cornell notes 5)Timer/Designer – Log into LearningPoint. 6)Test Corrections & Signature – Due today
  2. 2. Reminders 1)Test Corrections & Signature – Due today 2)Definition of Matter Lab will be due Friday at the beginning of class. (Date Change) 3)1 sheet of Binder Paper – set up for Cornell notes 4)Timer/Designer – Log into LearningPoint.
  3. 3. Topic: Matter & Particle Movement Gas Liquid Name Date Class Period
  4. 4. Solid (Amorphous & Crystalline) Liquid Endothermic
  5. 5. Exothermic
  6. 6. Gas Gas: Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration
  7. 7. Gas •Definite Shape – No, it fills whatever shape it is put into •Definite Volume –No, Gas can fit into whatever volume you can push it into (Tank of Helium Gas) •Take the Shape of the Container: YES….and FILLS it!
  8. 8. Liquid Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration
  9. 9. Liquid •Definite Shape – No, it conforms but does not always fill the container •Definite Volume –Yes, liquid always has the same volume •Take the Shape of the Container: YES
  10. 10. Solid Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration Amorphou s Abilityto stretch
  11. 11. Solid Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration Amorphou s Abilityto stretch
  12. 12. Solid Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration Amorphou s Crystalli ne Repeating Pattern – Crystal Lattice Vibrate as one unit Abilityto stretch
  13. 13. Solid Atom/Molecular Movement Illustration Amorphou s Crystalli ne Repeating Pattern – Crystal Lattice Vibrate as one unit Abilityto stretch
  14. 14. Solids •Definite Shape – Yes, most often has a specific form •Definite Volume –Yes, ALWAYS fills up the same amount of space (volume) •Take the Shape of the Container: looking at the smallest unit part, solids most often do not take the shape of their container. •*this does not include things such as clay, putty, etc.
  15. 15. Endo vs. Exo Type of Change Definition Heat (in or out) Temperature (up or down) Endothermic (photosynthesis) Exothermic (combustion) Heat is added for the reaction or change to occur in up Heat is released from the reaction out down
  16. 16. Characteristic Chart Example State of Matter Definite Shape Definite Volume Takes the Shape of the Container 1. Water at 25 degrees C 2. Ice at -4 degrees C Solid X X 5. Air X XLiqui d Gas X
  17. 17. Homework 1)Please, complete Cornell Notes & Characteristic Chart by Tomorrow 2)Definition of Matter Lab + Cornell Notes – Due Friday at the beginning of class. (DATE CHANGE)

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