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Matter and Mass 5th

Matter anything that has mass and takes up space.
Molecules atoms connected by chemical bonds
Atoms Pieces of matter
Solid atoms grouped together that hold their shape
Liquid atoms grouped together that can flow
Gas atoms grouped together that can move freely
Plasma similar to a gas but its atoms have free Electrons, an example is a neon sign.
Mass amount of matter in an object, measured in grams (g), doesn’t change no matter where you are, tool to measure it is a balance (triple beam balance).
Weight measures gravity’s pull on an object, measured in Newtons, can change depending on where an object is located. Measured using a scale.
Gravity The force that pulls all things towards the center of the Earth. Everything with mass has a gravitational force.
Law of Conservation of Mass Mass cannot be created or destroyed.
Created by: msjorgenp