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Properties of Matter Graphic Organizers. Matter Physical vs. Chemical Properties. Elements Made of one type of atom. Heterogeneous Made of more than one phase. Pure Substances Made of one type of matter. Mixtures Made of more than one type of matter. Atom + Atom = Element.

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Properties of matter graphic organizers

Properties of Matter Graphic Organizers

Matter

Physical vs. Chemical Properties


Properties of matter graphic organizers

Elements

Made of one

type of atom

Heterogeneous

Made of more

than one phase

Pure

Substances

Made of one

type of matter

Mixtures

Made of

more than one

type of matter

Atom + Atom

= Element

MATTER

Made of Atoms

Has Mass &

takes up Space

Compounds

Made of 2 or

More atoms bonded

together

Homogeneous

All of its regions are

Identical = solution

Atom + Atom

= Molecule

Solute

The stuff that is

dissolved

In the liquid

Solvent

The liquid that

forms the solution

Molecule + Molecule = Compound


Properties of matter graphic organizers

Chemical

Properties

Describe how it can

form a new substance

States

Solid

Liquid

Gas

Plasma

Physical

Properties

Describe a Substance

Changes of State

Melting

Freezing

Boiling

Condensation

Ionization

Relaxation

Signs of Change

Odor

Change in Temp

Change in Color

Bubbles form

Solids form

Chemical Reactions

Atoms in two

substances

combine to form

new substances

Characteristics

Color

Shape

Size

Texture

Mass

Volume

Density

Examples

Burning

Rusting

Rotting

Tarnishing


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