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Properties of Object


Describe atoms smallest unit of matter
Describe matter any thing that has mass and volume
Give examples of matter Humans, smoke, textbook, water, lady bug
Give examples of non-matter Energy: light, sound
Describe mass How much matter is in something
Explain the difference of mass and weight on Earth and on the moon Mass stays the same. Weight decreases on the moon because there is less gravity
Describe element contains only one 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? explain all atoms move, in a solid they vibrate, in a liquid they slide, and in a gas they move freely
what does it mean if a substance is pure it only has one type of component
what is the formula for volume? length*width*hight
what is the formula for density mass/ volume
Created by: s33279