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STATES OF MATTER
Mass and Matter
Volume and Density Volume and Density
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Mass is the amount of _____ in an object.
What instrument measures mass?
TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE
What is the unit for mass?
Grams or kilograms
TRUE OR FALSE. Your mass and weight both decrease on the moon.
FALSE. Only your weight would decrease.
What happens to density as you increase the amount of mass?
Density also increases.
Volume is the amount of ______ something takes up.
Name 3 devices you could use to measure the volume of a liquid.
Beaker Graduated Cylinder Measuring Cup
How do you measure the volume of a regular shaped solid?
LENGTH x WIDTH X HEIGHT
The process used to measure the volume of an irregular shaped object is called water _________.
What is the volume of a cube that has a length of 4 inches?
64 ins³ (4x4x4)
An object’s ability to float is ________.
One Newton is the same as _____ lbs.
True or False. Air is matter.
Buoyancy is determined by _________.
What are the 4 main physical properties of all matter?
Mass, Volume, Weight, and Density
_______ have particles that are the most tightly packed together.
Which state of matter takes the shape of its container?
Which state of matter spreads out to fill the container it’s in?
Which state of matter can be compressed?
Which 2 states of matter have a fixed volume?
SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS
Matter is anything that _____ and ________
Has mass and takes up space.
One unit for density is ________.
g/mL, g/cm³, g/in³
What is the difference between mass and weight?
Mass is the amount of matter in an object. Weight is the force of gravity between Earth and an object.
What are the 2 properties that define all matter?
Volume and Mass
If you place a rock in a graduated cylinder, and the water level rises from 52mL to 70mL, what is its volume?
What is the volume of a rectangle with these measurements? LENGTH: 10 cm WIDTH: 5 cm HEIGHT: 3 cm
What 2 properties does density compare?
mass and volume
How do you calculate density?
Mass divided by Volume
What is the difference in density between solids, liquids, and gases? Which is the most and least dense?
Solids are the most dense. Liquids are less dense. Gases are the least dense.
If an object sinks in a liquid it has _________buoyancy.
An object has a mass of 150 g. When placed in a graduated cylinder with 20 mL of water in it, the water rises to 50 mL. What is the object’s density?
States of Matter.
Which weighs more, a pound of feathers, or a pound of bricks?
Unit 1 Lesson 1 Introduction to Matter
Measurement The metric system….
Measurement in Science
The steps how to calculate mass, volume, and density
How to Calculate Density
Measuring Matter Chapter 2 Section 2.
What Does it Matter.
Studying Earth Science
Properties of Matter Chapter Four: Density and Buoyancy
Weight, mass and volume.
Measurement – A Common Language
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Matter Properties of matter Mass.
Density- Cornell notes page 125. Density Physical property of matter amount of matter in a given amount of space. (amount of matter is called “mass,”
DENSITY AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY A property of matter representing the mass per unit volume g/ml –liquid -grams/milliliters g/cm3 -solid -grams/centimeters.
Volume (square objects, like a box) Volume is the: amount of space something takes up. FACTS ABOUT VOLUME MEASURMENTS: Volume is found by multiplying three.
Density All substances have different densities, therefore, you can identify a substance if you know its density The formula to calculate something’s density.
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