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# States of Matter by Chance Williams

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## Chance Williams

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States of Matter by Chance Williams
Main points
All gases have no value for position below -273 degrees celcius.

A liquid only evaporates at the surface.

Particles in solids, liquids and gas vibrate.

Surface tention of water enables some insects to walk on the surface of water.

Some things like diamonds how a certain particle arrangement and others dont like Amorphous.
Solids,Liquids,and Gases
Solid-Is matter that has a define shape and define volume.
Liquid-Is matter with a define volume but no definite shape.
Vescosity-Is a measurement of a liquids resistance to flow.
Surface tension-Is the uneven forces acting on the particles on the surface of a liquid.
Gas-Is matter that has no definate volume and no definite shape.
Vapor-The gas state of a substance that is normally a solid or a liquid at room temperature.

Question Which state of matter rarely is found on Earth?
A.gas C.plasma
Changes in State
Kinetic energy-Is the energy an object has due to its motion.
Temperature-Is a measure of the average kinectic energy of all the particles in an object.
Thermal energy-Is the total potential and kinectic energies of an object.
Vaporization-Is the change in a state of a liquid into a gas.
Evaporation-Is a vaporization that occurs only at the surface of a liquid.
Condensation-Is the change of state from a gas to a liquid.
Sublimation-Is the change of state from a solid to a gas without going through a liquid state.
Deposition-Is the change of state of a gas to solid without going through the liquid state.

Question The process that is opposite of condensation is known as?
A.deposition C.melting