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States of Matter

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Rachel Johns

on 12 April 2011

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Transcript of States of Matter

States of Matter Liquid Solid Plasma Gas Properties: Liquids take the shape of their container and will always fill the spaces. The volume of liquids never change; they are constant. An example: Water. Properties: The particles are packed very close together; they can't move freely, but only vibrate. They can only change their shape by force. Example: Paper. Properties: Gases also fill the shape of their container, but they also will expland until they do fill it. The particles are not so tight; they are spread out. Example: Steam. The particles that make up plasma are electrically charged. Properties: Plasma only exists at very high temperatures. Example: Lightning. The Greeks thought that matter was made up of only four elements; water, air, fire, and earth.
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