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  • SOLID
  • Solid particle distance is very close, it has a definite shape and volume.
  •  Liquid particle distance is close together, it has indefinite shape but has definite volume. 
  • Gas particle distance is far apart, it has indefinite shape and volume.
  • LIQUID
  • GAS
  • I think you all forgot something else. There is the fourth State of Matter which is the Plasma. Plasma is made up of ions or charge particles. It is similar to a gas. However, unlike a gas, plasma is a good conductor of electricity.
  • We would like to.
  • Have you heard about our exam tomorrow?
  • Yes, that's why we're planning for a group review. Would you like to come?
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  • The more, the merrier!
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  • Yeah! And there is also a Phase changes of Matter which a substance changes from one state of Matter to another.
  • I really understand it now!
  • Let's go guys!
  • What do you mean? 
  • Evaporation
  •     Exactly! I've studied our recent lesson yesterday.
  • When we put water in the freezer, water becomes ice as cold temperature increases. That's what we called Freezing, from liquid to solid.
  • Freezing
  • When we put cold water in any container, the surface of the container gets wet because of the temperature of the water. That's what we called Condensation, from gas to liquid.
  • For example, when we boil water, gas rises as heat increases. That's what we called Evaporation, from liquid to gas.
  • I think we should review first the Science subject. 
  • When we put ice on direct sunlight, it melts as it meets the heat temperature. That's what we called Melting, from solid to liquid.
  • Melting
  • Condensation
  • Really? I want to learn more about that.
  • I think it's time to relax our brains after all of that discussion, therefore, we don't have enough time to review some of the subjects here.
  •  Yes, real quick!
  •  Phase changes of matter is interesting.
  • I've observed that the cause of any phase changes is the temperature. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
  • Goodluck to us tomorrow! Take care! Thanks for spending time here!
  • Bye! 
  • See you tomorrow!
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