Classifications of Matter

Classifications of Matter

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  • yay!
  • Hi class! Today we are going to learn about classifications of matter.
  • fun!
  • An element is a pure substance that is composed of a single type of atom.
  • An example of an element is hydrogen because it's a single atom.
  • An example of a compound is water.
  • A compound is a pure substance composed of two or more different elements.
  • An example of an element and molecule is H2.
  • Molecules are two or more atoms held together by a chemical bond.
  • An example of a compound and molecule is CO2.
  • All compounds are molecules because there are two atoms.
  • If there are two different capital letters it's a compound.
  • Do you know any helpful tricks to remember the information?
  • If there is only one capital letter it's an element.
  • Bye!
  • We will!
  • Bye class! Remember all you learned about classifications of matter!
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