Classification of Matter

Classification of Matter

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  • I'll see you in my classroom.
  • Welcome, today you are learning about elements, compounds, and molecules.
  • An example is H (or hydrogen.)
  • First, an element is a material that is made of one type of atom.
  • Yay!
  • A compound is a pure substance composed of two or more different elements that are chemicaly bonded.
  • An example is table salt. It's formula is NaCl.
  • An element and a molecule is when two atoms of the same element join together.
  • An example is O3, three oxygen atoms to make a molecule.
  • Next, a molecule is is a group of two or more atoms held together by chemical bonds. 
  • Finally, compound and molecule, remember, every compound is a molecule, but not every molecule is a compound becuase they can be an element.
  • An example is CH4, it's a compound and molecule because it has more than one atom.
  • The teacher doesn't notice me! 
  • So that's your lesson for today, I don't know why I am on the school bus.
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