[2015] Heidi critchfield (Mr. Coleman 5th Grade): Matter in general

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[2015] Heidi critchfield (Mr. Coleman 5th Grade): Matter in general

Matter matters

In matter everthing matters, that is everything that is made of matter, you see matter is anything that takes up space, yes!!! that includes you and even your p.j's!!!

States of matter:




The states of matter are what makes up everything, there is solids, liquids and gases. Solids: Solids are firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid. Liquids: A liquid is a nearly incompressible fluid that conforms to the shape of its container. Gases: an airlike fluid substance which expands freely to fill any space available, irrespective of its quantity.(the air we breathe is made of gase.).

Matter in general:

Somethings are rough some soft some colorful and some dull some cold some hot, when you talk about this you are talking about matter or the properties of matter.

* the smallest part of matter is adoms * there are 100 elements in matter * mass is the amount of matter in a object* when to or more adoms come together they form a molecule* gold is made of gold adoms

Adoms: Adoms are the smallest parts of matter they are made of parts, the first one is electrons, electrons are above the nucleus, the next part is protons and neutrons, they are in the nucleus, or the center of the adom.

Elements: Elements are made of molecules that have the same atoms. Elements can not be broken down into simpler substances.

Mass: Mass is the amount of matter in a object, like in a computer there may be blank number of blank in it.

Volume: Volume is the length times with times height, it is the amount of stuff in a object.

density: The density, or more precisely, the volumetric mass density, of a substance is its mass per unit volume. The symbol most often used for density is ρ.from wikepedia

Molecules: Molecules are the smallest parts in chemicals, molecules are made by molecules that have chemical bonds.


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