UNIT 2: PROPERTIES OF MATTER

Most matter is made from only about 100 different kinds of atoms.  Atoms can combine to form states of matterlarger particles called molecules.  Particles of matter that are held together in an orderly arrangement form solids.  Particles that flow freely by sliding over one another form liquids.  Particles that move freely between collisions form gasses.  In this unit, you will learn many interesting facts about atomic structure and the properties of solids, liquids, and gases.  (Prentice Hall Conceptual Physics-Paul Hewitt)

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Chapter 17: Atomic Nature of Matter

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Chapter 18: Solids

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Chapter 19: Liquids

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Chapter 20: Gasses

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