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GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

ESTELA B. BENEGILDO

2017

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161110212720.htm

General Chemistry

Subject Description: Composition, structure, and properties of matter;


quantitative principles, kinetics, and energetics of transformations of matter;
and fundamental
concepts of organic chemistry

QUARTER 1

Quarter 1 General Chemistry 1


CONTENT
Matter and its properties

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1. the particulate nature of matter


2. states of matter
a. the macroscopic
b. microscopic view
3. Physical and chemical properties
4. Extensive and intensive properties
5. Ways of classifying matter
a. pure substances and mixtures
b. elements and compounds
c. homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures
6. Methods of separating mixtures into their component substances

CONTENT STANDARD
The learners demonstrate an understanding of the properties of matter and
its various forms.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD
The learners design using multimedia, demonstrations, or models, a
representation or simulation of any of the following:
a. atomic structure
b. gas behavior
c. mass relationships in
d. reactions

CHAPTER I

MATTER AND ITS PROPERTIES


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At the end of the learning session, learners will have to:


1. recognize that substances are made up of smaller particles

What is Matter?

Matter is the Stuff Around You

Matter is everything around you. Atoms and molecules are all composed of
matter. Matter is the term for any type of material. Matter is anything that has mass and
takes up space. At a minimum, matter requires at least one subatomic particle, although
most matter consists of atoms. The word "matter" is sometimes used to refer to a pure
substance.( Helmenstin,2016)

Examples of Matter

Proton, Atoms (e.g., a helium atom), Molecules (e.g., water, sugar), Compounds (e.g.,
table salt, silicon dioxide), Cat, Tree, House, Computer

Examples That Are Not Matter

Not everything we can perceive consists of matter. Examples of things that aren't matter
include: Photons (light), Heat, Thoughts, Microwaves.

Even though matter can be found all over the Universe,


you will only find it in a few forms on Earth. We cover
five states of matter on the site. Each of those states is
sometimes called a phase. There are many other states of
matter that exist in extreme environments. Scientists will
probably discover more states as we continue to explore
the Universe.

http://www.chem4kids.com/files/matter_intro.html

You should know about solids, liquids, gases, plasmas, and


one state called the Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC).
Scientists have always known about solids, liquids, and
gases. Plasma was a new idea when it was identified by
William Crookes in 1879. The scientists who worked with
the Bose-Einstein condensate received a Nobel Prize for
their work in 1995.
Click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=mxh57wwJonI to watch the video about Alien Matter in
the Solar System (NASA Video)

References

Matter Definition By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D. March 19, 2016.


http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistryglossary/a/matterdef.htm

017 Andrew Rader http://www.chem4kids.com/files/matter_intro.html