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  1. States of Matter

  2. Some definitions • Matter: has mass and volume • Chemistry is the study of matter • The properties of different types of matter • The way matter changes and behaves when influenced by other matter and/or energy

  3. Properties of Matter • Physical Properties: the inherent characteristics of matter that are directly observable. • Color • Melting point • Boiling point • Chemical Properties: the characteristics of matter that allow it to form new substances Alcohol ignites in a flame. Wood is burned in a fireplace.

  4. Classify each of the followingas a physical or chemical property: • Ethyl alcohol boiling at 78°C. • Hardness of a diamond. • Sugar fermenting to form ethyl alcohol.

  5. Changes in Matter • Physical changes: changes to matter that do not result in a change the inherent make-up of the substance • State changes: boiling, melting, condensing • Chemical changes: changes thatinvolve a change in the fundamental components of the substance • Chemical reactions: Reactants  Products e.g. propane + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water

  6. Classify each of the following as a physical or chemical change: • Iron metal melting • Iron combining with oxygen to form rust • Sugar fermenting to form ethyl alcohol

  7. Elements and Compounds • Elements:substances that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by chemical reactions • Most substances are chemical combinations of elements. These combinations are called compounds. • Compounds are made of elements. • Compounds can be broken down into elements.

  8. Classification of Matter • Homogeneous: uniform composition throughout • Pure substances • Solutions (homogeneous mixtures) • Heterogeneous: non-uniform; contains regions with different properties than other regions

  9. Pure Substances • Pure substances • All samples have the same physical and chemical properties. • Constant composition: All samples have the same composition. • Homogeneous

  10. Mixtures • Mixtures • Different samples may show different properties. • Variable composition. • Homogeneous or heterogeneous. • Separate into components based on physical properties • All mixtures are made of pure substances.

  11. Solutions • A solution is a homogeneous mixture. • Phase can be gaseous, liquid, or solid.

  12. Identity each of the following as a pure substance, homogeneous mixture, or heterogeneous mixture. • Gasoline • A stream with gravel on the bottom • Copper metal

  13. Gas Chromatogram of Unleaded Gasoline

  14. Separation of a Mixture

  15. The organization of matter (Figure 3.10)