States of matter Dylan Franklin
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What happens to matter when it is changes states?
It all about heat, when a solid is heated to its melting point it melts like this ice turning in to water.
As a solid the molecules in the ice are not moving very much.
But when heat is added the molecules start to move more and split up creating liquid.
When you heat a liquid to it boiling point it turns into a free energetic gas. This is reversed when heat is taken away or is chilled. Also there is plasma and BEC but we'll get to that later.
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