States Of Matter

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States Of Matter

  1. 1. States of Matter<br />Planning and conducting simple investigations <br />
  2. 2. What am I?<br />I am one thing<br />But I can be three!<br />Sometimes a liquid<br />But when I’m cold I’m a solid<br />And when I’m hot I’m a gas!<br />What am I?<br />Water!<br />
  3. 3. Three States of matter<br />Solids<br />Liquids<br />Gases<br />
  4. 4. Solids<br />Hold their own shape<br />Contains<br />Length<br />Width<br />Depth<br />Is not able to be hollow<br />Can only change shape by being broken or crushed.<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />
  5. 5. Liquids<br />Takes shape of container<br />Flows <br />Not easily compressible<br />Darkpatator. “Zan Water.” February 19, 2007 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.<br />
  6. 6. Gases<br />Also referred to as vapor<br />Has mass<br />Does not have a shape<br />Compressible<br />Flows easily<br />Spacepleb. “An absinthe of light.” October 19, 2006 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />
  7. 7. Experiment #1<br />Pair up<br />Gather the following materials<br />One of each of the glass containers <br />A pitcher of water<br />What container do you believe holds the most?<br />Explain why you think that.<br />
  8. 8. Fill one of the containers with water.<br />Pour that container into the next container.<br />Did it fill it all the way? Was there some water left over?<br />Repeat the previous step with the last container.<br />Record your findings.<br />?<br />
  9. 9. Where your predictions correct? Why or why not?<br />
  10. 10. Recap<br />Visual illusions make containers appear larger or smaller.<br />Liquid take the shape of container.<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />
  11. 11. Experiment #2<br />With your partner gather the following materials<br />Graduated flask<br />Bucket<br />Pan to catch the water from the bucket<br />A pop bottle full of water.<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />
  12. 12. Fill the bucket all the way up with water.<br />Put the pan under the bucket.<br />Gently place the pop bottle in the bucket of water.<br />Carefully remove the bucket from the pan.<br />Measure the water in the pan.<br />
  13. 13. Overview<br />The amount of water that spilled out is the volume of the pop bottle.<br />Example: 250 ml of water means the pop bottle contained 250 ml of mass.<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />
  14. 14. Experiment #3<br />Hold your hand in front of your mouth <br />Breathe through your mouth on to your hand.<br />This is a state of matter!<br />What state of matter is it?<br />Gas!<br />
  15. 15. Scavenger hunt<br />Find within the school<br />Three different solids<br />Two different liquids<br />One gas<br />
  16. 16. Overview<br />What did you find?<br />Solids<br />Liquids<br />Gases<br />

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