Molecules of Solids, Liquids, and gasses
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When I heat this ice up, it turns into water. And when I heat it up to much it dissipears into steam! I wonder why...?
That's because of molecules! Molecules make this possible, changing different substances into solids liquids and gasses when heat is applied, or taken away.
When water is put in cold temaptures, it freezes. Turning into a solid. When it is heated up again, it turns into a liquid. And when it is heated up and boiled, it turns into a gas!
When we water is a solid, the particles are close together. When it is a liquid the particles are moving, changing to the shape they are in. And when they are a gas, the particles are very far apart bouncing and floating about.
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Here are some pictures of different molicules.
And there you have it! The sense behind solids, liquids, and gasses!
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