# Matter Jeopardy

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As a Matter of
Fact!
Everything
Changes!
It’s Just
a Phase
Density!
All Mixed
Up
D = m/V
As a
Matter
of Fact!
Everything
Changes!
It’s just
a Phase
Follow
Your
Density!
All Mixed
Up
D=m/V
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Everything in the
up of this.
What is Matter?
This is the
measure of the
amount of matter
in an object.
What is Mass?
This is the
measure of how
much space an
object occupies.
What is Volume?
This is a measure
of the
gravitational force
on an object.
What is Weight?
This is
relationship of the
mass of a
substance to its
volume.
What is Density?
This is a
characteristic of a
substance that
allows it to
transform into
something new.
What is a
Chemical
Property?
an example of this
kind of change.
What is a
Chemical
Change?
This is any
characteristic of
matter that can be
observed without
changing the identity
of the material.
What is a Physical
Property?
Lighting a match
is an example of
this kind of
change.
What is a
Chemical
Change?
Melting butter is
an example of this
kind of change.
What is a Physical
Change?
My particles fit
tightly together
without much
room for
movement.
What is a Solid?
My particles are
and move rapidly.
What is a gas?
My particles slide
past one another
with ease.
What is a Liquid?
This is occurring
when a gas
changes to a
liquid.
What is
Condensation?
This is occurring
when a liquid
changes to gas at
or below the
boiling point.
What is
Evaporation?
You would use
this method to
find the volume of
an irregular solid.
What is Water
Displacement?
If an object has a
density of 1.25
3
g/cm it will do
this in water.
What is Sink?
This measuring tool is
used to measure the
volume of an irregular
object.
What is a
Cylinder?
To find the
volume of a
regular solid you
would use this
formula.
What is Length x
Width x Height?
These units are
used to express
density.
3
g/cm
What is
g/mL?
or
This substance is
composed of
elements that are
chemically
combined.
What is a
Compound?
This material is a
physical blending
of two or more
substances.
What is a
Mixture?
This technique
uses a porous
barrier to separate
a mixture into its
parts.
What is
Filtration?
Milk is an example
of this type of
heterogeneous
mixture.
What is a
Colloid?
This phenomenon
can be used to
differentiate
between colloids
and solutions.
What is the
Tyndall Effect?
This is the density
if the mass is
100g and the
3
volume is 10cm .
What is
3
10g/cm ?
3
g/cm is
500
a
measure for this.
What is density?
If you know the
density and the
mass of a
substance you can
determine this.
What is volume?
This is the density
if the volume is
3
8cm and the
mass is 64g.
What is
3
8g/cm ?
Hot air has more
volume than cold
air therefore it is
this.
What is less
dense?
Final
Jeopardy
Density
Box A is smaller
than box B. Box A
and box B have the
same mass.
Therefore this box
is more dense.
What is Box A?
Daily
Double!
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