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Provided all of the matter is accounted for, then no.

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No. Mass is a measure of how much matter is in an object, and that does not change when the matter changes states. The matter will either contract or expand, depending on the current state and the state to be reached, but that does not change how much matter is in the object.


Matter changes by the states of matter .



Changes in the states of matter - or phase changes - do entail changes in volume.


Yes, state of water change. It changes into all the three states of matter.


I think its called a phase change.


Changes do not "bring about matter." Matter either is or is not. The Law of Conservation of Matter states that matter can be neither created nor destroyed, bvut can merely change form.


Matter changes states because when the temperature changes it usually changes its state of matter


The different changes in matter,basically,are phsical change and chemical change. You must understand that matter can be in any one of three PHYSICAL states, liquid, solid or vapor ( a gas ). Changing physical states is not a chemical change, but a direct result of heat or cold application.


Actually no, the only thing that changes is the density. The mass doesn't change when it's changing states.


No. Temperature change is most common for changes in states of matter.


Changes of state are physical changes because in changes of state, matter converts between solids, liquids or gases. Physical changes are changes in how something looks, or its physicality. Conversion between solids, liquids, or gases change how matter looks. So, changes of states are physical changes.


Yes, matter can change states after a physical change.


"The" two changes are wrong. There are lots of different states of matter, and therefore many different possible transitions. The most commonly studied states of matter are solid, liquid, and gas; each of them can change directly to each of the others, for a total of 6 types of change.


It is called the momentum-impulse theorem and states that an impulse will change the momentum of an object. For example, if you drop an object when it hits the ground an impulse occurs. The momentum of the object also changes. Jnet = deltap, where deltap is the change in momentum.


A scientist who studies the changes of the states of matter is a scientist.


They are considered physical changes.


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The states of matter are solid, liquid and gas. A solid melts to become liquid and a liquid evaporates to become gas. Sublimation is the direct change from solid to gas.


Energy is added or taken away to produce a change in state in matter.


Physical changes are about energy and states of matter. Chemical changes happen on a molecular level.Melting a sugar cube is a physical change because the substance is still sugar. Burning a sugar cube is a chemical change. The energy of the fire has broken down the chemical bonds.


changes in states of matter are physical changes, as they do not affect the chemical properties of the substance


the states of matter are found in just about any existing substance or object.


matter changes state when enough energy is applied to increase the average kinetic energy (temperature) to the point where the matter changes state i.e. solid to liquid, liquid to gas, and gas to plasma. where each time the energy of the matter increases.


Water can go through three different states on this planet relatively easily. Water can change its different states easily.