States of matter

States of matter
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  • States of Matter
  • What are the states of matter?
  • The three states of matter are solids, liquids, and gases.
  • Solid- particles don't really move Liquid- particle move slowly Gas- particles move very fast
  • Usually when a solid turns into a gas, it has to turn into a liquid first. However the process of sublimation is different
  • Sublimation- A chemical process where a solid turns into a gas without turning into a liquid.
  • Yes.
  • Can you turn a gas into a solid without turning it into a liquid.
  • Physical Change- Any change that alters the form or appearance of matter and does not make any substance in the matter. Chemical Change- A change in matter that produces one or more new subtance.
  • You can tell these two apart by their properties.
  • * Density & Melting Point * Texture & Color * Flexibility
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  • Physical Properties:
  • * Flammability * Ability to React * New substance, New Properties
  • Chemical Properties:
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  • Examples:
  • Solid
  • Ice
  • Liquid
  • Water
  • Gas
  • Steam
  • Chemical Change
  • Please write this down on your notes.
  • Iron Rusting
  • Physical Change
  • Breaking a Glass
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