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									       Properties of Matter
 What is matter?
 What are the many kinds of properties of
  matter?
            Matter is
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Remember

 Mass is the amount of stuff
 something is made of.
  Mass is measured in grams using
  a balance.


 Volume is the amount of space
 something takes up.
  Volume is measured in liters using
   a graduated cylinder.
          Properties of Matter

 Physical   properties are characteristics or
 traits of the matter being described.
  o   Basically, these are descriptions and
      behaviors observed.
  o   The matter remains the same; it does not
      change into something else.
 Chemical properties are behaviors that
 matter does that will change it into another
 kind of matter.
              Physical Properties
Senses are used to describe matter.
      Seeing
           Color (ranges from colorless to a color)
           Clearness or clarity (ranges from transparent to opaque).
           Size (dimensions of matter)
           Shape (round, square, rectangular, or irregular)
           Luster (shiny to dull)
      Smelling (ranges from odorless to an odor).
      Hearing (ranges from no sound –to a specific sound.
      Touching
           Texture (smooth or rough)
           Temperature (cold to hot)
           Hardness (hard to soft)
          Physical Properties
        Size, Shape, and Color




                           IRREGULAR


Colorless—has no color
            Clearness or Clarity
3 terms can describe a ―things‖ degree of clearness:
      Transparent
           Easily seen through
           Like looking through a window
           Objects on the other side of the material look
            exactly as they do if the material were not there.

      Translucent
           Light can pass through
           Objects cannot be seen
           Like looking through stained glass or frosted glass.

      Opaque
           No light can pass through
           Like looking at a wall and seeing nothing that is on the other side.
               Examples of Clarity
   Transparent                                plastic wrap
                                                clear glass
      You are looking through a circular,       "bubble" packing material
      window that is transparent—you            laminating material
      can read these works through the          clear plastic lids
      window.

                                               tissue paper
   Translucent                                 waxed paper
                                                paper towel
      You are looking through a
      circular, window that is
                                                stained glass
      translucent—you can see light            "almost" clear plastic
      through the window, but you                lids
      cannot read the words.
                                               construction paper
                                                cardboard
   Opaque                                      styrofoam trays
     You are looking through a circular,        colored plastic lids
     window that is opaque—you                  tin foil
     cannot read these works through            wood
     the window.                                cloth
            Physical Properties
             Luster--Shininess
   Some types of matter
    are shiny, some are
    dull.
                             SHINY          DULL

   Some shiny things
    have a metallic luster
    because they are or
    look like metals.
                               METALLIC LUSTER
            Physical Properties
                 Texture
   Matter can be
       Smooth
       Rough            Smooth




                         Rough
         More Physical Properties
Flexibility    Elasticity       Ductility
                                                 Some properties
                                                  cause a change in
                                                  shape to the matter
Malleability   Conductivity     Soluability
                                                  or shows its behavior.
               Boiling and
                                                 Again, these
   States of                    Viscosity
    Matter
               Freezing/
               Melting points
                                                  behaviors do not
                                                  change the matter
                                                  into something else.
Magnetism      Waterproof       Strength
                 Physical Properties
                    Magnetism
   Magnetism (Is the                             Three metals are magnetic. These
                                                  are iron, cobalt and nickel. Steel is
    matter attracted to a                         a mixture of elements but mostly
    magnet?)                                      iron, so it is also magnetic. The
                                                  other metals are not magnetic
        Magnetic (is attracted
         to a magnet)
        Nonmagnetic (is not
         attracted to a magnet)

    Click below for magnet demo
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/scienc
     e/activities/magnets_springs.shtml
         Physical Properties
             Elasticity
Elasticity –
 The matter can be
 stretched or bounced
 and its shape will
 remain.
   Elastic (can be
    stretched)
   Rigid    (cannot
    be stretched)
         Physical Properties
             Flexibility
Flexibility (Can the
  thing bend?)
   Flexible (can bend)
   Nonflexible (cannot
    bend)
         Physical Properties
            Malleability
Malleability ( Can the       Malleable

 matter be hammered
 into a flat thing without
 breaking it?)
   Malleable (Can be
    hammered)                Nonmalleable

   Nonmalleable (Cannot
    be hammered—matter
    shatters into pieces)
         Physical Properties
              Ductility
Ductility (Can the
 thing be stretched
 without breaking it?)
   Ductile (Can be      Aluminum, a metal, has
                         great ductility and can be
    pulled into a long   formed into many shapes
    wire)                without breaking!

   Brittle (Cannot be
    pulled.)
                 Physical Properties
                    Conductivity
Conductivity (Can matter                     Click below to be an animated demo.
  carry energy, heat                         http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesiz
  (thermal) or electricity                   e/science/activities/conductors.shtml

  (electrical)?
      A conductor
           Carries energy (heat,
            electricity)
           Metals are good conductors
      A non-conductor
           does not carry energy (heat,
            electricity)
           Plastic, rubber, wood are non-
            conductors.
        Physical Properties
     Dissolvability (Solubility)

Solubility- The
measure of how
much of one
substance can
dissolve in another is
called dissolvability
or solubility.
           Physical Properties
               Solubility
Click here to show the   Some substances,
dissolvability of        like salt and sugar,
subtances                are soluble in
                         water.

                          Other substances,
                         like oil and sand,
                         are not soluble
           States of Matter
 Matter can exist in different states of
  matter.
   Solids
   Liquids
   Gases



 Allmatter exists as one of the states at
  normal room temperature.
 States of Matter

Solids        Liquids




Gases         Plasma
          Physical Properties
          Viscosity of Liquids
   How thick a liquid is
                        Physical Properties
                        Viscosity of Liquids




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cosity.htm?width=620&height=500&popup=true
        Physical Properties
Freezing/Melting and Boiling Points
  Matter can change its state: Solid, Liquid, or
   Gas
  Adding or taking away heat changes the
   state of matter.
        Ice can gain heat to change into water--Melting

        Liquid water can cool to become ice--Freezing

        Water can heat up to form water vapor--Boiling
        Physical Properties
Freezing/Melting and Boiling Points
 Each  form of matter has its own
  temperatures to boil and to melt and
  freeze.
 The melting and freezing temperatures are
  the same because these are opposite
  changes.
 In science, the Celsius scale is used to
  note temperatures.
The Melting/Freezing Point and
  the Boiling Point of Water
                                              Melting Point
   The melting point is the
    temperature at which a solid
    melts into a liquid.
                                    Freezing Point
   The freezing point is the
    temperature at which a liquid
    changes into a solid.

   The boiling point is the
    temperature at which a liquid
    becomes a gas.
              Water
Boiling and Melting/Freezing Points

   The melting/freezing point
    of water is 0 oC

   The boiling point of water
    is 100 o C
      Boiling and Melting Points of
             Common Solids
   http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/s
    cience/materials/solids_liquids/play.shtml
          Physical Properties
               Density
 Density describes the
  relationship of mass to
  volume or, in other
  words, how heavy
  something is compared
  to its size.
 Things that are very
  dense usually sink;
  whereas, things that are
  not dense, float.
            Determining Density
    Density is found by:
    1.   Knowing the mass and volume of an object.
    2.   Dividing the mass by the volume. D = m/v

         Object A has a mass of 10.0 g
                      a volume of 5.0 ml

              Divide 10.0 g by 5.0 ml  D = 10.0/5.0
                     Density= 2.0 g/ml
            Floating or Sinking
    Water’s density is 1.0 g/ml

    If the density of an object is greater than
    1.0 g/ml, the object will sink.

    If the density of an object is less than
     1.0 g/ml, the object will float.
          Physical Properties
               Density
To determine density:
     Mass the item
     Find the item’s volume
     Divide the mass by the volume

    Density = Mass divided by Volume


                 D = M/V
           Physical Properties
                Density
   If both have the same size, which will be
    more dense?
           Physical Properties
                Density
 Can    you determine if the object will float or
    sink?

    click here

    Explore

    Density interactive
       Properties of Materials
   Interactive site demonstrating
    transparency, waterproof, flexibility and
    strength of materials

   Click here

   Click here, too
Interactive Physical Property Sites
   http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig/lab/sh
    apes.html

								
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