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Morriss Matter

Properties of Matter Study Guide

Describe factors that need to be considered when choosing a material to make into container, such as a soft drink container. How much it costs to produce, the environmental impact of the manufacturing process, and how easy it is to recycle after the container is used.
Describe the life cycle of a product. The life cycle describe the stages from when the product is made until it is disposed of, including: raw materials, manufacturing, useful life, and end of life.
Describe physical and chemical properties of a substance. Physical Properties include: electrical conductivity, hardness, ability to transmit light, flexibility, texture, and density. Chemical properties include:reactivity with other substances, temperature change when mixed, toxicity, and flammability.
If the chemical formula for glucose is C6H12O6, what elements are included and how many atoms of each element? 6 atoms of Carbon, 12 atoms of Hydrogen, and 6 atoms of Oxygen.
Describe signs that a chemical reaction has taken place. Bubbling, emission of gas, change in temperature, change in color of a solution, and formation of a new substance.
Describe the subatomic make-up of atoms. Atoms are made up of a positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons.
Definitions of atomic mass and atomic number. Atomic Mass = the number of protons + the number of neutrons Atomic Number = the number of protons (equals the number of electrons in a neutral atom)
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