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Particle Model

What makes a solid a solid; a liquid a liquid; a gas a gas.

Jennifer Wagner

on 14 April 2011

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Transcript of Particle Model

Particle Model Liquid Gas Solid Info: Liquid is one of the three classical states of matter.
Liquid can not be squashed because if you put one of
your finger inside it could only push the water to the sides. Info:
Solid is one of the major states of matter.
Solid can be a table, a chair, a cup.
They are very stable like a rock.
They can't be squashed. Info: Gas is one of the three states of matter.
Gas is like a balloon, which has air in it.
example is this
You can squize the
balloon but it can't
Well if you use it can easily POP!!! Are JUST REMEMBER Are small cells which you can't SEE BY: Jennifer Wagner
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