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Science Project: Physical Changes of Matter

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Michelle Le

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Science Project: Physical Changes of Matter

the change of a solid to a liquid
the adding of the thermal energy Melting the change of a liquid to a solid
the removing of thermal energy Freezing the change of a liquid to a gas
the adding of thermal energy Vaporization the change of a gas to a liquid
the removing of thermal energy Condensation the change of a gas to a solid
the removing of thermal energy Deposition two substances mixed together without dissolving Mixing mixing one substance into another to form a solution Dissolving the change of a solid to a gas
the adding of thermal energy Sublimation Physical Changes of Matter By: Michelle Le Example:
ice cubes melting at room temperature Example:
ice cubes in a cube tray put in the freezer 2 Types of Vaporization:
~ Boiling
~ Evaporation Example:
Boiling - a pot of water boiling on a stove
Evaporation - a puddle of water being evaporated Example:
water droplets surrounding a glass of ice water Example:
dry ice left at room temperature Example:
water vapor cooled so much turning into ice crystals,
creating snow Example:
water mixed with oil Example:
sugar dissolving into water Adding Thermal Energy Adding Thermal Energy Adding Thermal Energy Removing Thermal Energy Removing Thermal Energy Removing Thermal Energy
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