Jan 14States of Matter Study Guide-Gr 5States of Matter One of the forms that all matter takes: Solid, liquid, gasMatter Anything that has mass and takes up space Gas The gaseous phase has mass, but no definite volume or shape. A gas fills all available space.Liquid This state of matter can be poured and it takes the shape of its container. It has mass and volume but no definite shape. Solid The solid phase of matter has definite shape, mass and volume.Apparatus The tools used to conduct scientific experiments: Measuring volume of liquid- graduated cylinder, measuring cup, beaker Measuring temperature- thermometerMelting Point The temperature at which a solid becomes a liquidBoiling Point The temperature at which a liquid changes to a gasFreezing Point The temperature at which a liquid changes into a solidWater The three stages of matter for water are: Water vapour, water, ice Boiling point: 100 degrees Celsius Freezing point: 0 degrees Celsius Melting point: 0 degrees CelsiusChanges in State Condensation: change from a gas to a liquid because of cooling Evaporation: change of a liquid to a gas due to heatingCycle of Water Be able to describe the water cycle. Use the words: evaporation, condensation, cooling, heating Bonus: draw a diagram of the water cycleThink about it: Can we drink rain water? Is it clean? Why or why not? Remember to think about the water cycle, evaporation of solutions...check your books 40-43Bonus: What is sublimation? Describe it. Give an example.