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State of matter

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State of matter

  1. 1. Phases & State of Matter Collected By : Abdelrahman Eslam 4B Supported by Father & Mother Supervised by Mr/ Salman Aboobaker
  2. 2. Table Of Contents 1)What is matter 2) Phase vs state of Matter 3)Phases of maters 4)Physical Properties of matter 5)Physical changes 6)Chemical Properties of matter 7)Chemical Changes 8)Example
  3. 3. 1 -What is matter Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. A phase of matter is uniform ( shape ) with respect to its physical and chemical properties 2 -What is the phase of matter 2 -What is the state of matter The state is the form taken by matter at a given temperature and pressure.
  4. 4. 3 – phases of matter A) Solid phase : A solid is matter that has definite size and shape. The particles of a solid are packed closely together. The particles of a solid cannot move from their spot within the solid. However, the particles can move slightly back and forth in place.
  5. 5. 3 – phases of matter B) Liquid phase:  A liquid takes the shape of any container.  liquid does have a definite volume.  The particles of a liquid are packed closely together. However, these particles can move away
  6. 6. 3 – phases of matter C)Gas phase :  Gas particles spread apart, filling all the space available.  Gas has neither definite shape nor definite volume.  A gas is a kind of matter that easily changes volume and shape
  7. 7. 4-Physical Properties of Matter •any property that can be observed without transforming the substance into another substance States of Matter What are some physical properties? color melting and boiling point odor Mass , freezing point
  8. 8. 5- Physical Changes A change that does not transform the substance into another substance Some physical changes would be: boiling melting subliming dissolving Salt in water
  9. 9. 6- Chemical Properties • any property that cannot be studied without transforming the substance into a different substance Examples Iron rusts  Paper burns 7- Chemical Changes
  10. 10. 8- Example
  11. 11. Soup consists of : 1- Vegetables which is solid state origin from plant 2- Chicken Which is solid state origin from animal 3- Salt which is solid state precipitated after vaporization of sea water 4- Water is a liquid state origin from rain If we make the soup hot by high temperature it will produce vapor also Hot soup is showing us 3 different matter phases
  12. 12. Bibliography • Internet sources 1) slideshare.com July 22, 2012 Footer text here12
  13. 13. Bibliography July 22, 2012 Footer text here13
  14. 14. Thank you July 22, 2012 Footer text here14

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