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 Matter: Anything that has mass and volume General Properties: Describe how all matter is the same Mass: Amount of matter in an object Weight: Measure of the force of attraction between objects due to gravity Volume: The amount of space and object takes up Density: How close together the particles in an object are Difference between MASS and WEIGHT: Mass can change when matter is added weight can change when an objects mass remains the same (GRAVITY!!!) Volume= Lengh x Width x Height Physical Properties: Characteristic that disinguishes one type of matter from another and can be observed without changing the identity of of the substance Chemical Properties: Property that describes how a substance changes into a new substance Physical Properties vs. Chemical Properties: All matter has all general properties Not all matter has ALL of the specific properties (This is how all matter is the same) Examples of specific properties of matter: color, odor,size, shape, texture, hardness General properties of matter: mass, weight, volume, density What metric units are used to measure: MASS: VOLUME: Mass = Grams (g) Volume = Cubic Centimeters General Properties: Mass, Weight, Volume, Density