Hi, I'm Annie. We will be learning about phases of matter.
4 Phases of matter Solid Liquid Gas Plasma
Plasma are made up of charged particles or ions. A plasma is a very good conductor of electricity and its affected by magnetic fields.
Matter can exist in four phases, solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. Gas, liquid, and solid are known as the three states of matter or material, but each solid and liquid states may exist in one or more forms.
Now, we will be learning about phase change. Here are the four phases.
Melting- Solid to Liquid Vaporization- Liquid to Solid Condensation- Gas to Liquid Freezing- Liquid to Solid
Melting: the substance changes back from solid to liquid. Its temperature rises, at that point it starts melting.
Vaporization, conversion of s substance from the liquid or solid phase into gaseous (vapour) phase. If conditions allow the formation of vapour bubbles within liquid, the vaporization is called boiling.
Condensation is the change of water from its gaseous form (water vapour) into liquid water. It generally occurs in the atmosphere when warm water rises, cools and looses its capasity to hold water vapour. As a result water vapour condenses to form cloud droplets.
Freezing occurs when a liquid is cooled and turns to a solid... Hence, the melting and freezing point of a substance are the same.
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