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Structure of Matter

Structures of Matter

Structures of Matter

Structures of Matter

What is Matter?

Structure of Matter 1

Structure of Matter 2

Structure of Matter 3

A Chemical Compound

Compounds, Ions

Polyatomic Ions

Covalent Ionic Bonding

Making Salt

20 Difficult Symbols


Atoms Molecules 22 min

Science Lessons on Matter, Atoms & the Periodic Table: Video Series--Matter, atoms, the periodic table, 1.Importance of Science by Fiona Finke--Science is important to study to better understand the makeup of the world and the role the humans take in the universe. Discover the amazing world of atoms, molecules and...2. What are Atoms?--Atoms are the smallest identifiable piece of matter that make up the building blocks of every physical thing. Understand the definition of an atom with important facts 3. Forms of Matter --Different forms of matter are known as physical states, and scientists have been able to identify five stages of matter. 4. Five States of Matter--The five states of matter include liquid, solid, gas, plasma and Bose-Einstein condensate. Find out how matter can change from one state to another with important facts 5. Solids, Liquids & Gases--The first three states of matter, solid, liquid and gas, can be illustrated by an ice cube, a solid, that melts into water, a liquid, and evaporates into the air, 6. The Water Cycle--The water cycle illustrates evaporation and condensation as it occurs around the world to recycle the planet's water. Learn about the the earth's water usage 7. Transfer of Matter--The transfer of matter refers to the changing states of matter, such as evaporation and condensation. Find out how matter can completely change and move--8. The Periodic Table --The periodic table is a way to organize the elements that create the chemicals that form every physical thing in the world. Understand how the periodic table is organized9. Atomic Symbols --Atomic symbols consist of a letter abbreviation for the element and coordinating numbers. Identify elemental symbols with important facts --10. Atomic Mass --Atomic mass refers to the mass of the atom, which does not change regardless of the force of gravity. Understand the difference between mass and weight --11. Atomic Numbers --The atomic number, as denoted on the periodic table, refers to the number of protons in a single atom of that particular element. 12. Model of an Atom--The model of an atom illustrates the nucleus, the protons, the neutrons and the electrons as they would appear through and electron microscope. See what an atom looks like--13. Particles in an Atom --What components or particles make up an atom? --14. What are Electrons? --The electrons of an atom represent the energy levels, and there are usually as many protons as there are electrons. --15. What are Molecules? --Molecules are made up of two or more atoms, such as hydrogen and oxygen to make water, or sodium and chloride to make salt. Discover how molecules are formed--All about how the universe works. You will learn about the water cycle, the states of matter.

15 Lessons

States of Matter

Naming Cations


Organic Families Song



Atoms Isotopes

Quiz 1

Naming Compounds


Phet Interactive Models

Nova Atom

Particle Adventure