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states of matter

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Hannah Nelson

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of states of matter

Liquids Gases States of Matter Solids By Natalie & Hannah Plasma Lightning Stars (like our sun) Gas Particles also move the fastest out of all 3 state's particles. Gases have no fixed
volume or shape Liquid Particles vibrate and move past each other Plasma has little or no form. When thermal energy is released, freezing occurs. When absorption occurs, evaporation causes liquid to change into gas When it heats up into extreme tempatures it turns into a plasma Ice Flour The atoms inside of a solid are not allowed to move around too much. The atoms form the shape of the object. Unlike the other states of matter, solids don't have much free movement. The only movement of the atoms are vibration. When heat is applied on a solid, it will become a liquid. Losing thermal energy
causes condensation When it reaches freezing temperatures, it remains solid. When solids release energy, they turn into a liquid.
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