Solid, Liquid, Gas, and Plasma
Hi! I'm Maria and I'm here to tell you how to differentiate between solids, liquids, and gases.
In a solid, the atoms are packed together and have one specific shape.
In a liquid, the atoms can move a bit more freely while still remaining contact with others. A liquid does not have one specific shape as it changes depending on the container or surface.
The last form is a gas. In gases, the atoms are moving very freely and very spread apart. A gas can fill any space it is exposed to and has no definite shape.
Thanks for listening to my explanation.
Keep on being a scientist! BYE
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