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Bozeman Science: Matter: Atoms and Molecules

Watch a 9 minute video of Paul Andersen, science teacher at Bozeman High School, as he explains matter.
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Watch a 9 minute video of Paul Andersen, science teacher at Bozeman High School, as he explains matter. He begins with an explanation of matter, and moves on from there. He talks about elements and mixtures which he explains with chemical formulas. Learn about the three well-known states of matter, solid, liquid, and gas and how the atoms behave, along with plasma, and Bose-Einstein condensate. He explains both of these lesser familiar states of matter in a very understandable way. See how to measure matter directly and indirectly.

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