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200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 What does it matter? You’re so DENSE! Mish Mash Potpourri ANYTHING GOES! 1000
A measurement of the amount of matter something contains. What is mass? 200
The amount of space this matter takes up. What is volume? 400
A change in which no new substance is produced; may involve a change of state and can usually be reversed. What is a physical change? 600
Two or more atoms held together by a chemical bond. What is a molecule? 800
A change in matter that produces a new substance or substances. What is a chemical change? 1000
Defined as mass per unit volume What is density? 200
Which liquid below has molecules that are closest together? What is HONEY? 400
The molecules in an object do this when the pressure DECREASES. What is move FARTHER APART? 600
Which liquid below has molecules that are farthest apart? What is Lamp Oil? 800
This happens to density when the pressure decreases. What is decreases? 1000
What is solid? 200 The state of matter that has a definite shape, and in which the particles are arranged in a fixed pattern.
A substance has a density slope above the density line of water. It would _____ in water. What is sink? 400
The principle that states that matter can neither be created nor destroyed but can change form. What is Law of Conservation of Matter? 600
A rock has a mass of 20 grams. It is placed in a graduated cylinder containing 30 mL of water. The water level went up to 35 mL. What is the rock's density? What is 4 g/ml? 800
This happens to density when mass stays the same and the volume increases. What is decrease? 1000
Dissolving sugar in your coffee would be this type of change in matter. What is a physical change? 200
Coloring your hair with dye would be this type of change in matter. What is a chemical change? 400
For most substances, if heated up, its volume does this… What is increases? 600
A phase of matter in which the temperature is low and the pressure is high. What is the solid phase? 800
A phase of matter in which the temperature is high and the pressure is high. What is the liquid phase? 1000
This unit is usually used to measure/record the mass of an object. What is gram? 200
This happens to gas density when the volume increases. What is DECREASES? 400
What is g/cm 3 ? The unit(s) used to measure density of a solid. 600
A piece of lab equipment used to measure volume of a liquid. What is a graduated cylinder? 800
Technique used to find the volume of an irregularly shaped object. What is water displacement? 1000
You are So Dense! Microscopic View It’s just a phase? Potpourri ANYTHING GOES! 1000.
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Phases of Matter Solids are a phase of matter that have definite shape and volume Liquids are a phase of matter that can change shape, but not change volume.
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Matter and Its Properties Chapter E1. Matter and Physical Properties (E6) All things are made up of __________, which is anything that has mass and.
1.Matter anything that takes up space. 2.A liquid has a definite volume, but no definite shape. 3.A gas does not have a volume or a definite shape. 4.A.
Matter Exists in different physical states. States of Matter Solid-Liquid-Gas When substances change from one state to another, the molecules in the substance.
Density. Different substances have different densities. The density of a material does not depend on the size or amount of the substance you have. Density.
A _____ is matter that has a definite shape.. Answer: Solid.
Properties & Its Changes. Lesson 1: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify the states of matter Compare the physical and chemical properties of matter Describe.
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Matter Chapter Twelve: The Physical Properties of Matter 12.1 Density 12.2 Buoyancy 12.3 Properties of Materials.
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