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Copy of The three states of matter(solid, liquid, and gas)

solids, liquids, and gas
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thomas eckard

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of The three states of matter(solid, liquid, and gas)

Solids have a definite volume and shape. For example: a pencil, a window, and a book. Liquid liquids have definite volume but no definite shape. They take the shape of the container they are in. For example: milk, lemonade, and soda. solid gas Gases have no definite volume or shape.
It fills any container it is in. It's atoms/ molecules, float around randomly. For example:the helium in balloons, the oxygen trees give off, and CO2. THE THREE PRINCIPLES OF MATTER
solid, liquid, and gas
by: Peyton Eckard pencile
solid window
solid milk
liquid lemonade
liquid balloon
(helium)
gas tree
gives gas grape CO2
we breathe out
gas. soda
liquid book
solid solid the particals
of a solid viberate liquid hot liquids spread out and speed up
while cold liquids get closer and slow down. hot cold gas gas particles float around randomly hot liquid cold liquid solid gas
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