Ch 8: GACE Physics: Properties of Matter

About This Chapter

This chapter on the properties of matter is part of our GACE Physics course. Our video lessons and self-assessment quizzes are designed to help you pass the GACE Physics Test for teacher certification.

GACE Physics: Properties of Matter Chapter Summary

The topics in this chapter will confirm and enhance your existing knowledge as well as introduce you new or unfamiliar concepts that will be tested on the GACE Physics assessments. Our instructors are qualified to help you prepare for the questions on the following topics:

  • Physical and chemical properties of matter
  • States of matter
  • Chemical and physical changes to matter
  • Methods of separating mixtures, including: chromatography, distillation and filtration

You can use our text transcripts as a guide to make your studying more efficient. Our highly accessible video lessons are equipped with a tagging system that makes jumping to specific topic points easier and more efficient for your study.

Objectives of the GACE Physics: Properties of Matter Chapter

The GACE Physics assessments includes two subtests that assess your knowledge and understanding of physics concepts in order to determine your ability and eligibility for teaching middle or high school science courses in the state of Georgia. Properties of matter are tested in the Thermodynamics, Atomic and Modern Physics subarea, which makes up 40% of Test I. The self-assessment quizzes provided at the end of each lesson will test your comprehension of the information covered on the exam and also give you insight to the types of questions you'll actually see on test day.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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