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States of Matter

Technology Showcase


on 6 October 2012

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Transcript of States of Matter

States of Matter Lauren Familetti Solids Liquids No definite shape
Have definite volume Gases No definite shape
No definite volume Have definite shape Have definite volume Bricks Rocks Ice Cubes Examples Molecular Structure The molecules of a solid are packed tightly together, move little, and as and whole. There is almost no space between molecules. Examples: Water Milk Lemonade Molecular Structure The molecules in a liquid move past each other easily and they are close together, but not in an even arrangement like a solid. Steam Helium Oxygen The molecules in a gas are arranged in no particular pattern. They move rapidly and there are much larger spaces between molecules than in a liquid or a solid. Molecular Structure Examples This video shows an ice cube melting in a glass. I took a picture of every minute to see the melting. The next video shows a pot full of water and a little salt boiling. I took a picture of it every minute and then made 2 short videos of the steam.
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