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CHAPTER 16 WHAT IS MATTER?

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**SECTION 16.2 Measuring Matter**

A review on measuring the volume and mass of matter.

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VOLUME

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**Liquid volume measurements:**

Easy to do… simply pour liquid into a marked container… …and read the volume mark.

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**To get the greatest accuracy, keep two things in mind:**

First, read the mark at eye level.

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Second, read the volume at the bottom of the meniscus, (the curve in the surface of the liquid) if the curve is downward.

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**If the meniscus curves upward, then read it at the top of the curve.**

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**Solid volume measurements:**

Calculate the volume of regular solids by using a formula. So, what’s a regular solid?

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**Check out page 272 in your IPC textbook:**

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**Use the displacement method to find the volume of an object with an irregular shape.**

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**Submerge the object in water and measure how much water the object displaces or pushes aside.**

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**Let’s measure the volume of a small object like a key…**

Step 1: Fill a 100 ml graduated cylinder with water to the halfway point – 50 ml.

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**Step 2: Gently slide the key into the water.**

The water level in the graduated cylinder will rise as the key displaces some of the water.

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**Step 3: Take a new volume reading.**

The difference in the two volume readings is the volume of the key. (53 ml – 50 ml = 3 ml)

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MASS

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**Mass is the amount of matter in an object.**

Mass is measured on a balance. Mass is measured in units of grams (g).

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**A balance measures the mass of an object by comparing it to objects whose masses are known.**

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**Mass is independent of the force of gravity.**

Would a balance function correctly on the moon? Why or why not?

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**A scale measures the gravitational force (weight) between an object and Earth.**

Would a scale function correctly on the moon? Why or why not?

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INDIRECT MEASUREMENT

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**How do you measure quantities of matter that are very small or very large?**

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**We can use indirect measurement:**

Obtain a sample of the matter that is a measurable size. Measure its volume and mass.

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**Estimate or measure either the mass or the volume of the matter.**

Set up a proportion. Example: mass of sample = mass of matter volume of sample volume of matter

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**Solve for the unknown quantity.**

mass of matter = mass of sample x volume of matter volume of sample

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