Solids, Liquids, and Gases
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The molecules in a solid like ice have barely any space in between molecules and the molecules are packed together. When heat is applied to ice, which is a solid, the molecules speed up and move freely, turning into...
Water!!!! Water is a liquid and it fills up the space around it. The molecules are moving fast and have some space between them.
It turns into a gas! The water evaporates into water vapor and goes into the air. It is invisible, and the molecules expand infinitely to fill up its space. The molecules have a lot of space between them and they move really fast.
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