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# Properties of Matter - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Properties of Matter. General (Physical) Properties. Physical properties may be observed without changing the nature of the matter. What are Physical Properties?. Properties you can see color, shape, hardness, and texture Properties that are easily measured

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### Properties of Matter

• Physical properties may be observed without changing the nature of the matter.

• Properties you can see

• color, shape, hardness, and texture

• Properties that are easily measured

• mass, volume, density, melting point, boiling point

• boiling point

• The liquid is still the same substance

• After a liquid boils, the vapor may be condensed to get the liquid back

• Freezing and melting happen at the same

temperature.

freezing point = melting point

• Fluids:

• includes liquids and gases

• can flow and take shape of their container

• viscosity – resistance to flow

• Example: water is less viscous than honey

• depends on temperature

• heating a fluid lowers viscosity;

• cooling a fluid increases it’s viscosity.

• Example: Warm honey flows more easily than cold honey.

• buoyancy – ability of a fluid to exert an upward force on an object immersed in it.

Density – mass per unit volume

• depends on temperature

• heating a material decreases its density;

• cooling a material increases its density

• remains the same regardless of how much material is present

• Example: 1mL of water has the same density as a lake full of water.

• whether something sinks or floats determines

• materials that are less dense will float on denser materials

• Materials that are more dense sink

• oil floats on water because it is less dense than water;

• a helium balloon floats in air because the density of the helium in the balloon is less than the density of air in the same size balloon

Understanding the Densities of solids, liquids and gases

• Mass is measured on a balance or scale.

• Common units are grams, milligrams, and kilograms

• Liquid volume is measured with a graduated cylinder.

• Common units are liters and milliliters

• Solid volumes may be calculated with formulas or by water displacement

• Common units are cm3 or milliliters.

• A wooden block raises the level of the liquid in the graduated cylinder from 150ml to 180ml.

• What is the volume of the block?

180ml

– 150ml

30ml

• A wood block as in the last example has sides that are 2cm wide, 5cm long, and 3cm high.

• What is the volume of the block?

• Use the formula l x w x h

• The answer will be in cm3

2cm x 5cm x 3cm = 30cm3

• If the mass of a rock is 500g and its volume is 25cm3 .

What is its density?

• If the density of a liquid is 1.2 g/ml and its volume is 10ml.

What is its mass?

• If Bob’s mass is 80kg and his density is 1.6kg/l. What is his volume?

m

• 1) 500g ÷ 25cm3 =

20g/cm3

• 2) 1.2g/ml x 10ml =

12g

• 3) 80kg ÷ 1.6kg/l =

50L

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• The most common phases of matter are solid, liquid, and gas

• Plasma is a high energy phase found in stars

• When a substance changes phase, energy (heat) is lost or gained, but temperature remains the same.

• Solid to liquid: melting

• Liquid to gas: vaporization

Example-- steam

• Gas to liquid: condensation

example -- clouds

• Liquid to solid: freezing

example – snow or ice

• Solid to gas: sublimation

example -- dry ice

Temperature Doesn’t Change During a Phase Change!

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