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Today I'm going to show you what happens when you heat solids and liquids.
When you heat a solid the solid melts to a liquid. The molecules go from barely moving to moving a little bit and not in a compact shape.
When you heat a solid the solid melts to a liquid. The molecules go from not being able to leave its shape to move past each other.
When you heat a liquid the molecules move from kinda compact a little bit to spread out and the movement is all over the place. This is because the liquid forms into a gas.
The particles in gas are able to move quickly and spread out wide. They moce in various ways and there is not a certain shape.
For example if you have an ice cube and put it on a heating plate the ice melts to water. Then when you leave the water on their the water starts to steam and evaporate.
I hope you collected a lot of information from my explanation. Just remember the states of matter go from solid to liquid to gas.
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