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Similarities of solid, liquids, and gas.
Transcript of Similarities of solid, liquids, and gas.
Solids have a low energy level
Their speed of particles is a slow vibration
It has a fixed shape
A solid's volume does not change
Solid, Liquids, and Gases.
A liquid has a medium energy level
Their particles slide around each other
A liquid's shape is the same as its container
It has a fixed volume, meaning it is unchanged
A gas has a high energy level
Its motion of particles is fast, independent, and far apart
It has a container shape
Its volume completely fills the container
Sold, liquid, and gas all have volume and shape.
They are all made up of atoms, molecules, or ions.
Liquids and solids can be referred to as condensed phased because their particles are close together.
Liquids and gases flow easily because their particles can move or slide past one another.
Liquids and solids are not easily compressible; meaning they have little space between the particles.
All three of them are the three states of matter.
The helium in balloons is considered a gas.
Water is a type of liquid because it can flow.
Rocks would be considered solids because the particles are closely packed.