The easiest way to demonstrate the volume of air is with a balloon. When it is inflated, the air inside is occupying space. Deflate the balloon - it shrinks in the absence of air.
The classical definition says anything that occupies space is matter. To prove air occupies space we can do a small experiment. Take a balloon and blow air in it. The balloon expands and this proves that air occupies space. And thus we can prove air is matter.
The atomic nucleus.
Yes. Water occupies space. If you don't believe try out an experiment where you put water in a syringe and try to push it.
yes it occupies soil
Yes, it is a type of matter. To show that air is matter show that air occupies space and has mass, or "weight"., to do this weigh an empty balloon then inflate the balloon and weigh it again, this will demonstrate that air has mass and occupies space it is therefore matter.
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That which occupies space and has mass is known as matter.
MATTER. Has a mass and volume(occupies space).
The amount of space that matter occupies is its volume.
Matter occupies space. Also dark matter does too.