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Matter

Introduct to Matter Test on January 17th

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Matter Is anything that has mass and volume
Mass Is the measure of the quantity of matter the amount of atoms a substance contains(g,kg)
Weight depends on the amount of gravity acting on the amount of mass contained in an object
Volume Is the measure of the amount of space a substance takes up (mL,L)
Melting a process that converts a solid to a liquid
Freezing a process that converts a liquid to a solid
Evaporation a process that turns a liquid to a gas
Condensation is a process that converts a gas to a liquid
Sublimation is a process that converts a solid into a gas
Deposition is a process that converts a gas into a solid
Water melting point is 0c
Led melting point is 327.5c
Gold melting point is 1064.2c
Melting Point solid to a liquid
Freezing Point liquid to a solid
Boiling Point liquid to a gas
Condensation Point gas to a liquid
The particle Theroy describes the composition and behavior of matter in terms of particles
Surface Tension an inward force, or pull, among the molecules in a liquid that brings molecules on the surface closer together
Viscosity liquids resistance to flowing
Pressure the force of a inwards push divided by the area of walls of the container
Created by: Kyndaldance