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6A B states of matters 06.12.17

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States of Matter
06.12.17
Starter: What is an atom? What is an
element? What is the difference
between mixture and compound?
LO:
• State the 3 states of matter and List their
general properties
• explain the differences between physical
and chemical changes
• explain the limitations in the particle
model using water
A
Element
D
Compound
B
C
Mixture of
elements
Element
E
Mixture of
Compounds
F
Compound
WHAT IS MATTER?
Matter is the name for the material
from which everything is made up from.
There are three ways in which matter
can exist as:
A Solid
A Liquid
A Gas
We call these
The Three States of Matter
Tiny particles
Scientists believe that all matter is made from
tiny particles called ATOMS.
The atom is the smallest unit that any matter
can be made from.
Atoms are arranged in different ways in solids,
liquids and gases.
These are called ‘ the three states of matter’
Particles are
close
together and
can’t move
around a lot
Particles are
close
together but
can move a
little
Particles
have lots of
energy and
can move
around
Properties of solids, liquids and gases
Tick the relevant
boxes to show the
properties of
solids, liquids and
gases.
Property
Solid
Fixed shape
Cannot be compressed
Can flow
Takes the shape of the
container
No fixed shape or volume
Fairly easy to compress
Fill in the handout
3 min
Liquid
Gas
Answers
Solid Liquid Gas
Fixed shape
Cannot be compressed
Can flow
Takes the shape of the
container
No fixed volume
Fairly easy to compress
What are the 3 states of matter?
Solid
Liquid
Gas
Fill in the blanks to complete the names of the
state changes in the handout (3 min)
What are the 3 states of matter?
Solid
melting
freezing
subliming
condensing
Liquid
Gas
Evaporating
Fill in the blanks to complete the names of the
state changes
Changing States of Water
-The Particles
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Changing States
In the boxes draw what the particles look
like at each stage of the Water Cycle?
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