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Solids, Liquids and Gases

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Anthony Cusmano

on 25 June 2012

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Transcript of Solids, Liquids and Gases

Brainstorm Results My Experiment Whats The Matter? (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr What is a Gas? What is a Solid? A Liquid is one of the three states of matter which particles can move but only just.For example a liquid is water. You cant drink water as a solid or a gas because of the particles inside.If you touch a liquid you become wet. For example if you touch blood your finger becomes red because its a liquid. What is a Liquid? Arrangement Of Molecules In The Three States Of Matter A solid is one of the three states of matter which is very, very hard. A solid has particles which that are packed tightly together and they can not move like the solid on the outside. A gas is one of the three states of matter which particles are all over the place. For example a gas is air. The particles in a gas go in all different directions and its kind of free flowing. In real life we need gas. For example air is a gas and we couldn't live without it, and its the same story with Oxygen. Science has changed my learning by teaching me the basics so I can get ready to go to high school. Science has also changed my learning by opening my mind to what the universe is made of. This term I have enjoyed the experiments we did because they were fun and I learnt a lot from them. Also this term I have awnswered my question on the question wall. How science has changed my learning Things that are solid Things that are liquid In real life you can't see gas so i will only show you the particles Things that are gas Air Carbon Dioxide Hydrogen What is a Chemical Change? A chemical change is irreversible but sometimes it can be reversed. When a Chemical Change occurs you can not see what is happening. Some examples of Chemical Changes are: Burning,Cooking meat and Digesting food. An example of a physical change is ice melting. A physical change is when something is reversible. When a physical change occurs you can see it happening. What is a Physical Change? .I want to thank all of you for watching Thank you's .I want to thank Tim For helping me . .I want to thank Hoan for helping me with my information . I want to thank Melissa and Anna for helping me with my information A particle is what is inside the state of matter. For example the paticles in a solid a packed tightly together,the particles in a liquid can move but only just and in a gas the particles go everywhere. Also an atom is inside the state as well and they are really, really small. What is a Particle? Did you know that there are one billion Atoms in a tip of a pin? Imagine how many atoms are in the whole pin. Interesting Fact Atom In conclusion in matter there are three states ,solids,liquids and gases. A particle is what is inside the state and an atom is also inside the state but there smaller than particles. A physical change is when you can see something change and a chemical change is when you can't. Conclusion
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