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How to describe matter, mixtures, and solutions.

What is matter made of? Atoms
What word best describes the amount of a solute that is dissolved in a solution? Consentration
Describe properties of matter. State, color, texture, temperature, mass, volume.
Melissa is studying the properties of a compound. What is Melissa studying? A molecule that contains at least two different elements.
Write a statement that correctly explains why water is matter. Water is a liquid.
What are the smallest parts that make up matter? Atoms
List a fact for BOTH mixtures and solutions. They are made of two or more things.
Steve has to dissolve sugar in water for a recipe. What can he do to make it dissolve faster? Stir the solution.
List a true statement about compounds. A compound is made up of at least two different elements.
How does the mass of an object on the Moon compare with the mass of the same object on Earth? Mass is equal.
A picture shows cubes of three different materials. Each cube measures 1 cm on each side. All three cubes will most likely have what? The same volume and different mass.
List a true statement about atoms and molecules. A molecule is made up of two or more atoms.
Define Mixture. Different kinds of materials put together and easily seperated.
Alan measured the mass of an object. What did Alan learn about the object by measuring its mass? The amount of matter in the object.
Created by: Belinda Wolford



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