fifth Grade Science Mrs. LaRosa

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´╗┐fifth Grade Science Mrs. LaRosa Matter Study Guide 2008

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Matter Anything that has a mass and a volume

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States of Matter Solid Liquid Gas Plasma Close up perspective of iotas and their conduct Animated pictures are from

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Physical versus Concoction Change Changing starting with one state then onto the next is a Physical Change. In the event that another substance is framed it is a Chemical Change. Pictures are from

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Atoms The building squares of Matter Consists of Protons (+), Electrons (- ), and Neutrons (N). Components Consists of stand out sort of iota , Cannot be separated into a less complex kind of matter by either physical or synthetic means Can exist as either iotas or particles . Pictures are from

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Molecules A particle comprises of at least two iotas of a similar component, or distinctive components, that are artificially bound together. In the movement above, two nitrogen iotas (N + N = N2) make one Nitrogen atom .

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Compounds Atoms of at least two unique components bound together . Can be isolated into components artificially , but not physically. In the movement above, water (H 2 0) is a compound made of Hydrogen and Oxygen . Enlivened pictures and notes from

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Solutions are gatherings of atoms that are stirred up in a totally even appropriation. Homogeneous Uniform Distribution. Case: Sugar and Water Images are from

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Solute The substance to be broken up. Dissolvable The one doing the dissolving. Pictures are from

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Making a Solution

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Colloids Particle sizes are in the middle of the extent of particles found in arrangements and suspensions . Can be blended and remain uniformly appropriated without settling out.

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Mixtures They are substances held together by physical strengths , not synthetic. Can be isolated physically. Arrangements are likewise blends. Heterogeneous The substances are not consistently blended. Illustration: Sand in a glass of water. Pictures are from

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Mixtures Suspensions Are heterogeneous blends comprising of parts that are unmistakable to the exposed eye. Substances will settle after some time . Illustration: the fixings in plate of mixed greens dressing

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End of the Matter Study Guide Next Study Guide will be "Occasional Table"