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States of matter

States of matter technology showcase

Addison Hetrick

on 2 October 2012

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Transcript of States of matter

By: Addison Hetrick States of Matter Gas has no definite shape or volume.
The molecules in a gas move faster than the molecules in solids or liquids. Gas Liquids have no definite shape, but they have definite volume. The molecules in liquids move slower than gas and have less space to move. However, they are still faster than solids. Liquid Ivory soap experiment outcome: fancy souffle "Cleanest"
Way to Show the States of Matter. All solids have a definite shape and volume. Solid molecules are stuck together and vibrate in different directions. Solid Carbon dioxide {CO2} fire extinguishers are used for class B and C fires. CO2 is a gas that pushes oxygen away because it is heavier than air. Another example of a gas would be a tornado, because it is made of air. You can see the air because of the dust and dirt particles flying around with it. Helium {He} is a gas used to fill balloons to make them float. The balloon floats because helium is lighter than air. Water is a very important liquid resource to humans. We can't survive without it. Another example of a liquid is tea. Tea is a liquid common among people from England and America. It is often a mixture of herbs and water. One example of a solid is pyrite, also known as fools gold. Another example of a solid is a book. When you read, it produces a picture in your mind and can be very fun to read. Root beer is a favorite among Americans. This liquid is made from sugar, water, and the root of sassafras. Ice is the solid form of water.
Fresh water freezes at
32 degrees Fahrenheit and zero degrees Celsius. Diagram
of liquid
molecules Diagram
of solid
molecules Diagram
of gaseous
molecules For more experiments and projects go to my website@: addisonssciencefunhouse.weebly.com
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