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states of matter


what is matter everything that has mass and takes up space
what is mass the amount of matter in an object
what is volume the amount of space an object takes up
what is weight the measure of the pull of gravity on an object
what is density the amount of mass in a certain space
what is atom building blocks of matter
what is compound matter formed when 2 or more elements are joined chemically
what is contract volume of a specific amount of matter decreases (goes down )
what is expand volume of a specific amount of matter increases (goes up)
what is element matter made up of one kind of atom
what is mixture 2 or more kinds of matter that combine but keep their own properties
what is newton unit for measuring weight in the metric system
what does matter have physical properties, takes up, space, has mass, three states-solid (fixed shape and fixed volume), liquid (fixed volume and varied shape), gas (varied shape and varied volume)states of matter can be changed by adding or removing heat
what units of measure are used to measure length/distance centimeters, meters, kilometers
what units of measure are used to measure volume liters
what unit of measure is used to measure weight newtons
elements are made from all the same types of atoms, there are 109 known elements, examples are gold, oxygen, helium, silver
Created by: gracie_1133