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Chemical reaction lecture

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Jose Orozco

on 8 January 2015

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Transcript of Chemical reaction lecture

The four states of matter
Liquid
Plasma
Solid
States of matter lecture
1)Gas
2)Liquid
3)Solid
4)Plasma
Gas
Gas are compressible have neither a definite volume or shape
A gas takes the form of its container that the gas is in.
When water is boiled it turns into a gas this process id called vaporization
A Liquids have a definite shape but no definite volume

now since liquids do not have a definite shape all the molecules move around freely unless if stored in a container
Solids have both a definite shape and volume.
The molecules in a solid stay in place and vibrate.
For example a table it stays put unless you move it.
A solid can be
melted
into a liquid and a liquid can be
frozen
into a solid.
Like a gas plasma has neither a definite shape or volume.
Plasma is basically electric gasses
but plasma can only respond strongly to electromagnetic forces.
A common place were plasma is located at is light bulbs.

Enjoy!
TEST TIME!!!
HAHAHA
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