7. MATTER AND FORCES (MATTER (1. PROPERTIES (Specific: make the objects…
7. MATTER AND FORCES
Anything that has
: make the objects good for different uses.
: objects that are flexible don't bend; while rigid objects do.
: resistant objects don't break, but fragile do.
: strong objects don't get scratched, but soft objects do.
: insulating objects don't conduct heat; but conductive objects do.
: is the relationship between mass and volume
: space taken up.
: amount of matter.
matter made out of
: this matter out made up of
more than one
: the compounds can be identified.
: the compounds can't be identified.
Types of solutions
1 liquid + 1 solid
1liquid + 1 gas
Component of solutions
: The substance with more quantity
: the substance with less quantity
: for hetrogenous mixtures of a liquid and a solid. You can use a filter.
: for homogenous mixtures of liquids. You can collect the evaporated liquids.
: for homogenous mixtures of a liquid and a solid.
3. CHANGES IN MATTER
: the composition of the matter doesn't change.
Changes in temperature
= changes of state.
: from solid to liquid
: from liquid to gas.
: from liquid to solid.
: from gas to liquid.
Application of forces
= movement or shape.
: the composition of the matter does change.
: are the substances that go through the transformation.
: the resulting substances
: occurs with the reaction of a substance with oxygen.
: occurs with lack of oxygen.
: is a very quick oxidation, and results in burning. The substances that can burn are called
Interaction between bodies
: the objects have to touch
: the bodies don't have to touch
Forces change how bodies move
Creation of movement
Increase / decrease of speed
Changes in direction
Forces cause deformation and breakage
: return to their previous shape when there is no force applied.
: do not go back to their previous shape when the force stops acting.
: tend to break, not bend
Matter is made of materials