Science States of Matter
By swillow, Updated
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Right now I'm melting ice, it has water molecules but because it's cold it's in it's solid form
Solids are tightly packed and have little energy, only moving a bit compared to liquids and gas
Liquids have some space in between each other, not only this but liquids have some energy to them, moving and flowing around.
The ice is melted to water, at the melting point, so now we need a container so it can hold it. On the left of me is a molecule.
The water turned into water vapor (not smoke) because it has turned into a gas from heat
Gases are spread out with heat and energy, moving around quickly and turning back to liquid after it cools down.
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