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Properties of Matter

Describe Atoms: Smallest unit of Matter.
Describe Matter: Anything that has mass and volume.
Give examples of Matter: Humans, smoke, textbook, water, and a ladybug.
Give examples of Non-Matter: Energy, like light and sound.
Describe Mass: How much matter is in something.
Describe Weight: The pull of gravity on an object.
Explain the difference of mass and weight on Earth and the Moon: Sara is incorrect because the weight of a object depends on the gravitational pull. Mass does not have to do with gravity. It always stays the same. It is how much mass there is in something.
Describe Element: Contains only one type of atom.
Describe Molecule: Two or more atoms are chemically combined.
How can you separate compounds? By breaking the bonds between atoms.
Do atoms and molecules move? Yes! All atoms and molecules move. They vibrate in a solid. They slide in a liquid. They move freely in a gas.
What does it mean if a substance is pure? It is only one type of component.
What is the formula for volume? Length x Width x Height
What is the formula for density? Mass divided by Volume.
How do you find volume? You multiply!
Created by: s35844