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Ch 7: Matter

About This Chapter

View this chapter's video lessons to improve your understanding of matter. Review the states of matter as well as its physical and chemical properties. Study the law of conservation of matter as well.

Matter - Chapter Summary

If you need a review of the basics of matter, take a look at the short video lessons in this chapter. Instructors define matter and discuss its properties. They also cover the states of matter and types of changes it can go through. As you study the lessons, you'll strengthen your understanding of the atom as well as matter conservation. The processes of chromatography, distillation and filtration are also explained. By the time you finish the chapter's videos, you should be prepared to:

  • Identify matter's physical and chemical properties
  • Distinguish between physical and chemical changes in matter
  • Describe methods for separating mixtures
  • Define atom and list its subunits
  • Explain the law of conservation of matter

Our entertaining videos are usually less than 10 minutes long so that you can easily fit them into your busy schedule. They also have tags, which makes for easy review of key points throughout the videos. You have access to lesson transcripts as an additional study tool, and these highlight important terms and topics. Multiple-choice quizzes accompany the lessons so that you can gauge your understanding of matter.

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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