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What has mass and takes up space? Matter
What is the study of matter and how it works? chemistry
Matter can be in the form of what three things? solid, liquid or gas
Matter is made of very small particles called atoms and molecules
What are always moving? atoms and molecules
Water is an example of what? matter in the liquid state
The particles that make up water are called water molecules
Water molecules are always moving
water molecules stay together because of an attraction
Anything that has mass and takes up space is called matter
Different states of matter are solid, liquid or gas
matter is made up of particles called atoms and molecules
An example of matter in the liquid state is water
Atoms and molecules are always particles of water
The study of matter is called chemistry
Why did the water molecules stay close together when you put the drops of water on the wax paper? Because they are always moving, but they stick close together
Created by: ksisung