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1 FAB-U-LOUS FRIDAY!!! Get out page 10 Cornell Notes for me to check Get out page 8 Determination of the Density of Pennies LAB to turn in You need a writing utensil that is DIFFERENT COLOR from the one you used to write your Cornell Notes EVERYTHING ELSE ON THE FLOOR!!! Lab fee or paper towels anyone?????

2 Solid, Liquid & Gas Cards

3 SolidLiquidGasPlasma Shape X Volume X Compressibility X Def. Incomp. Indef. Def. Incomp. Indef. Comp.

4 Physical Property A quality of a substance observed without changing the substance’s composition. Color Density Melting point Solubility (if it dissolves)

5 Chemical Property The ability of a substance to undergo a chemical reaction and to form a new substance Rusting Combustion Flammability

6 Extensive physical properties Physical properties of matter that depend on the amount of that chemical Mass Volume Length Shape

7 Intensive physical properties Physical property of matter that DOES NOT depend on the amount of that chemical Color Melting point Density

8 Properties of Matter Cards

9 MANIC MONDAY 9/8 Get out any late papers to turn in: Density penny lab Graphing WS Cornell Notes Any lab fees/Kleenex/paper towels? Did you grab the pages on the way in the door?

10 Physical Change A change which alters a given material without changing its composition nothing new is created A + B  AB

11 Physical Change Physical Changes Any phase/state change Dissolving of a solid Crushing of a solid – change in size/shape Thermal pollution (temp of lake rises killing fish)

12 Chemical Change aka (Chemical Reaction) Change that occurs when one or more substances change into new substances A + B  Q

13 Chemical Change Rusting of iron Photosynthesis Digestion Combustion

14 Chemical Change Clues that a chemical reaction is occurring: Energy is absorbed / given off (heat or light) Change in color or odor Production of a gas or solid from a liquid Not easily reversible Something NEW produced that does NOT look like the starting reactants A + B  Q !!!

15 Changes in Matter Cards


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