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States of Matter

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli

States of Matter
By Nichiho Ikeda

Solid
Liquid
Gas
Particle Movements
Liquid, Solid, and Gas
Kinetic Particle Theory
The kinetic particle theory is a
model
used to explain the
properties of matter
.
The particles are
constantly moving
or in a
continual state of motion
.
The particles might be
atoms, molecules,
or
ions
.
Non-Newtonian fluid
A fluid that is
neither a solid or a liquid.
They
change their state
, liquid to solid, or solid to liquid.
It becomes a
liquid
when you
touch it
but becomes a
solid
when you
apply pressure
to it.
Works Cited
Different States of Matter
Solid
They
vibrate
without moving from
place to place
.
The
forces
between the particles are
small
, so they can not move freely.
Liquid
They are made up of
small vibrating particles
.
They
vibrate, move about,
and
slide past each other
.
Gas
The particles occupy the
entire container
that is confirmed.
They
vibrate
and
move freely
at high speeds.
Definite shape and volume
Not Compressible
Very dense
Particles are closely packed together
Particles are in orderly arrangement
Very strong forces between the particles
Vibrates in a fixed Position
Solid & Liquid
Not compressible
Particles are closely packed together
Solid & Gas
Made up of Particles
Particles are Vibrating
Solid, Liquid, and Gas
One of the four fundamental states of matter
Made up of small particles
Particles are moving
Gas & Liquid
Made up of Particles
Particles are Vibrating
Liquid
Indefintite Shape
Definite Volume
Not compressible
Dense
Particles are closely packed together
Strong forces between the particles
Slide and roll past each other
Gas
Indefinite Shape and volume
Compressible
Not Dense
Particles are far apart from each other
Particles are in a random arrangement

Solids
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