States of Matter

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  • The Mysterious States of Matter
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  • Welcome to Science class. Today we will be learning about the states of matter.
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  • Matter exists in three common states: solid,liquid,and gas.
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  • A solid has definite shape and volume volume.The particals are locked tightly in position and vibrate quickly. 
  • The Mysterious States of Matter By Maya Zuniga
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  • By increasing thermal temperature of a sold to its melting point the solid will become a liquid.
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  • A liquid has two properties viscosity and surface tension.A liquid has no definite shape but has a definite volume.The particles in a liquid have room to slide and vibrate passed each other.
  • The three states of matter
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  • By increasing the thermal temperature of a liquid it will reach its boiling point and the liquid will start to turn into a gas.This process is called vaporization.
  • Solids
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  • During vaporization there is vaporization and boiling. During vaporization the liquid molecules on the surface start to vibrate and become a gas. During boling the whole liquid is affected and becomes a gas.
  • Solids to Liquids
  • Liquids
  • Liquids to Gas
  • Vaporization
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  • A gas is a fluid like substance that can take the shape of any area. It has no definite shape or definite  volume the particals are free to move around but are frequently colliding with each other.  
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  • During Condensation a gas is being cooled and turned back to a liquid with the particles coming closer together.
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  • During freezing liquid molecules are being cooled to a liquids freezing point. Molecules are moving slower and becoming a solid.
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  • Matter has three forms: solid,liquid,and gas. With the increase and decrease in thermal temperature matter changes states.
  • Gas
  • Condensation
  • Freezing
  • Conclusion

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