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What is matter and state the properties of matter
Asked by shravanitaralehar87.7spicertl | 15 May, 2020, 12:46: PM
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Matter
  • All things which we see around us and use in our everyday life together constitute matter.
  • Anything which occupies space and has mass is called matter.  Matter is made up of particles.
 
Types of Matter
There are two ways in which matter can be classified
  1. On the basis of its physical nature (physical state).
  2. On the basis of its chemical constitution.
 
Characteristics of Particles of Matter The particles of matter—
  • are very small.
  • have spaces between them.
  • are continuously moving.
  • attract each other.
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