Science Molecule Comic Strip
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The molecules of a solid are tightly together. They don't move at all. When you heat a solid it is not a solid anymore it is a liquid. The molecules are not tightly together, there are spaces between them. They move around but not too much. The heat is also not too cold and not too hot. It is only hot because it melted. But the molecules are faster than they were before.
In the liquid the molecules are together but there are spaces in between and some of the molecules escape. The molecules are moving too fast or too slow. When the liquid is heated a lot it eventually will turn into a gas. The molecules in the gas are moving around really fastly and they are spread out pretty far. When it gets hotter the molecules are spread out and they move quickly when it is cold they are close together and aren't moving at all
The molecules in a gas are really spread out. The temperature is also really hot so the molecules are moving really quickly. As the temperature gets hotter the molecules go move really quickly. The stage of a gas is the hottest so that is why the molecules are moving really quickly.
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