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Matter Notes

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BLANK is anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter
All matter is made up of BLANK. Atoms
Groups of atoms are called BLANK. Molecules
BLANK BLANK only contain one type of BLANK. Pure. Substances. Atom.
BLANK on the Periodic Table are pure substances. Give an example: Elements Oxygen
When one or more types of atoms bond together to form a new substance, a BLANK is formed. Give an example: Compound Water
A BLANK is when atoms/substances are mixed together but do not bond. Give an example: Mixture Mixing sand and dirt, you still have sand and dirt, only not together.
Atom BLANK determines states of matter. Placement
List the three states of matter. Solid, liquid, and gas
Atoms in a BLANK or tightly packed. Atoms BLANK but do not move from place to place. Solid. Vibrate.
Atoms in a BLANK are close together with no definite arrangement. Liquid
Atoms in a liquid vibrate, move about and BLANK pas each other. Slide
Atoms in a BLANK are separated with no definite arrangement. Gas
Atoms in a gas move BLANK at high speeds. Freely
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