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States of Matter

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Kevin Garcia

on 15 September 2013

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Transcript of States of Matter

Liquid
Gas
Gas

is matter that has no shape or size of its own.
State Changes
States of Matter
Solid
Solids
are hard and firm

Their atoms are tightly packed together
.
wood block



computer



brick
Here are some examples
A
liquid
is a wet substance that will take the shape of its container.
Water
atoms will be not be as tightly packed.
Here are some examples
Soap
Puddle
Smoothie
Gas
atoms move very rapidly
here are some examples
Balloon
Steam
Freezing
this is when a liquid turns into a solid
liquid
+ freezing point =
solid
+
=
Melting
when a solid turns into a liquid
solid
+ melting point =
liquid
+
=
Evaporation
when a liquid turns into a gas
Condensation
when a gas turns into liquid
Sublimation
when a solid skips the liquid phase and turns into a gas
+
water
=
Made by Kevin Garcia
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