Let’s Play As a Matter of Fact! Everything Changes! It’s Just a Phase Follow Your 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 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Everything in the universe is made 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? Baking bread is 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 spread far apart 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 Graduated 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!