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Matter,and Particles

Matter, Particles, and Theory

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What does matter mean Anything that takes up space and has mass.
What does chemistry mean The study of matter and its changes.
What is the particle theory of matter An explanation of what matter is made of and how it behaves.
What does the particle theory state That all matter is made up of tiny particles that are always moving, that attract each other, and that have spaces between them.
What is a solid A state of matter with definite volume occupied by an object.
What is volume A measure of the quantity of space occupied by a object.
What is liquid A state of matter with a definite volume, but no definite shape.
Does a liquid take up the shape of its container Yes.
What is gas A state of matter that does not have a definite volume or definite shape.
What does gas do when it is in a certain shape or container It takes the shape and volume of it.
What is a pure substance Matter that contains only one kind of particle.
What is a mixture Matter that contains two or more pure substances mixed together.
What can a solution also be known of A homogeneous mixture.
What is a mechanical mixture of heterogeneous mixture A mixture with different parts that you can see.
What is a solution A mixture that looks like a single pure substance; a uniform mixture of two or more pure substances.
What are some examples of solids? Rock, steel, and copper
What are some examples of liquids? Water, apple juice, and wine
What are some examples of gases? Nitrogen, hydrogen, helium, ozone and oxygen
What are three things that a piece of wood, a bowl of salad and your body all have in common? That we all have particle, are a state of matter and that they all have mass
Give an example of a solution. Clear nail polish, stainless steel, and clear tea
Give an example of a mechanical mixture A granola bar, cooking oil with herbs, a children's ball room
What are some examples of pure substances Aluminum, table sugar, salt and distilled water.
What are some examples of a mixture Chocolate chip cookies, steel, salad dressing, pop and ketchup
Matter is made up of what? Particles
What shape and volume does a solid have? definite shape and volume
What shape and volume does a liquid have? definite volume, indefinite shape
What shape and volume do gases have? indefinite shape and volume
How attracted are particles in a solid The particles in a solid are very attracted to each other.
How attracted are the particles in a liquid In a liquid the particles are somewhat attracted to each other.
How attracted are the particles in gasses The gases have a weak attraction for each other.
How do the particles in a solid move? The particles in a solid are locked in place but they vibrate when the object is heated.
How do the particles in a liquid move? The particles move by vibration. then they slide and move past each other.
How do the particles in gasses move? The particles move by vibrating . after that they move freely at fast speeds and fill the container they are in.
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