The Complete Guide to Matter: Elements, Mixtures and More

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Explore the classification of matter into elements, compounds, and mixtures, and discover how particle theory explains the properties of substances.

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Classification of Matter

Particle Theory
Central concept in chemistry.
States that all matter is composed of many, tiny particles in constant motion.
The motion is determined by the particles’ energy and its relationship to other particles.
Can be used to describe all matter.

Classification of Matter
Matter can be subdivided into three main categories:
 Elements
 Compounds
 Mixtures

Elements
An element is any substance composed of only ONE type of atom.
Any substance on the periodic table is an element.
Easiest to visualise with pure metals. A bar of gold is a bar containing only gold atoms.
Each element has a unique symbol and unique properties.

Molecules
These are particles that are composed of TWO or more ATOMS chemically bonded.
Elements can still form molecules (O2, or oxygen gas, is considered elemental oxygen).
Oxygen gas only has O atoms but they are just bonded together.

Compounds
Any substance formed from two or more elements chemically bonded.
Compounds have a fixed composition.
Water is a compound (H2O); in water there will only ever be 2 hydrogen atoms for every 1 oxygen atom.
Compounds are held together by strong chemical bonds.
However, under the right conditions compounds can be broken down.

Mixtures
Mixtures are substances that are formed from two or more different substances (elements or compounds).
Most substances on earth are mixtures.
Easy to separate, no chemical bonding.
No fixed composition. Salt water is a mixture of salt and water however different amounts of salt and water can be present in a particular mixture of salt water.