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Units of Matter

3 States of Matter Solid, Liquid, Gas
Water's Three States Ice (Solid), Water (Liquid), Water Vapor (Gas)
Solids Examples of Solids: feather, stones, keyboard, chair, book, shoe, golf ball
Liquids Examples of Liquids: maple syrup, milk, juice, gasoline, oil
Gases Examples of Gases: oxygen, hydrogen, helium, carbon dioxide
How do we identify states of MATTER? Using our five senses: sight taste, touch, smell, and hearing
Properties characteristics of an object or substance
Physical Properties properties that can be observed, measured, and changed without changing the substance itself
What are the physical properties we can use to identify matter? color, odor, shape, taste, state of matter, texture, size, temperature, and mass
What is mass measured in? Grams
Mass the measurable amount of matter in an object or substance
Matter anything that has mass and takes up space
Balance is the tool used to measure the mass of matter
Solid Matter Solid Matter always keeps the same shape and takes up the same amount of space
Liquid Matter Liquid Matter always takes the shape of its container and always takes up the same amount of space.
Gaseous Matter Gaseous Matter also takes the shape of its container and it can take up different amounts of space.
Created by: avillosio