Investigation 1
Investigation 1
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Matter
Matter: Anything that has mass and volume.
(Weights, the Earth, the Solar System, the Universe - All composed of ma...
Elements
Matter: Anything that has mass and volume.
!
Elements: The 118 different forms of matter known. (All elements a...
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Relationships of Matter
Molecules
Matter
Compounds
Elements
Atoms
Matter: Anything that has mass and v...
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The Element Oxygen
Molecule
Molecule/
Compound
Atom
Hy
O2 = Oxygen Gas
Oxygen
8 Protons
8 Neutrons
8...
Methods of Mass Determination
Mass is measured in grams (g)
!
1000 g = 1 kilogram
Triple Beam Balance
Copyright 2014 ...
Methods of Volume Determination
67 ml - 60 ml = 7 ml
Regularly shaped mass
67 ml
60 ml
3 cm
3 cm
3 cm
Irregularly sh...
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Molecules
Matter
Atoms
Subatomic
Particles
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  • 1. Investigation 1 Investigation 1 Slide POM6-1-1
  • 2. Matter Matter: Anything that has mass and volume. (Weights, the Earth, the Solar System, the Universe - All composed of matter) Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Slide POM6-1-2
  • 3. Elements Matter: Anything that has mass and volume. ! Elements: The 118 different forms of matter known. (All elements are matter) ! Periodic Table of the Elements: Organized arrangement of all known elements. (More about this in the eighth grade) Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Slide POM6-1-3
  • 4. Slide POM6-1-4 Relationships of Matter Molecules Matter Compounds Elements Atoms Matter: Anything that has mass and volume. ! Subatomic Particles Elements: The 118 different forms of matter known. (All elements are matter) ! Atom: The smallest unit of an individual element. (All atoms are elements) ! Molecule: Particle containing two or more atoms. ! Compound: Molecules that contain two or more different atoms. Subatomic Particles: The small particles that make up an atom and determine its properties. (All atoms contain subatomic particles) Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. !
  • 5. Slide POM6-1-5 The Element Oxygen Molecule Molecule/ Compound Atom Hy O2 = Oxygen Gas Oxygen 8 Protons 8 Neutrons 8 Electrons Subatomic Particles Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Hydrogen H2O = Water
  • 6. Methods of Mass Determination Mass is measured in grams (g) ! 1000 g = 1 kilogram Triple Beam Balance Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Slide POM6-1-6
  • 7. Methods of Volume Determination 67 ml - 60 ml = 7 ml Regularly shaped mass 67 ml 60 ml 3 cm 3 cm 3 cm Irregularly shaped mass 3 cm X 3 cm X 3 cm = 27 cm3 1 cm3 = 1 ml 27 cm3 = 27 ml Mathematical Calculation Method Volume Displacement Method Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Slide POM6-1-7
  • 8. Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc. Slide POM6-1-7
  • 9. Molecules Matter Atoms Subatomic Particles Copyright 2014 Cognitive Learning Systems, Inc.