Fundamental Physics/Matter

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Matter characteristics[edit | edit source]

Matter represents any physical quantity that can be observed and measured . For example, a ball, a molecule, an atom ...

In natural, all matter exists in 3 states Solid, Liquid, Gas . Ex, ice cube exists in solid, water exists in liquid, water vapour exists in gas .

All matter has a mass denoted in M which indicates quantity of matter's material and a volume denoted as V which indicates matter material's container . The ratio of mass over volume gives density of matter's material


Mass indicates matter's quantity . Mass is denoted as M measured in unit Kg
Volume indicates matter's size . Volume is denoted as V measured in unit m3
Density indicates matter's quantity over its size . Density is denoted as D measured in unit Kg/m3

Scientific measurement unit of measuring mass[edit | edit source]

Kilo K
Mega M
Pico P