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  • Hey, did you know...
  • Oh great, another ‘fact of the know-it-all tiger’.
  • I don’t think that’s true.
  • Did you know that atoms in a solid are not moving?
  • Like this.
  • How?
  • Oh yeah, let's find out.
  • Come with us.
  • I need your help to explain to my friend the tiger her that atoms in solids ARE moving.
  • Uh...sure.
  • Okay, so as everyone knows, there are four states of matter: solids, liquids, gasses and plasma. Ring a bell?
  • Huh, what am I doing here?
  • Oh boy. Atoms are non-living things that make up everything. They have energy which allows them to move in an object. Atoms can have different energies, allowing them to transfer energy and move. 
  • Actually, they still move in a solid. The particles and atoms in a solid are tightly packed and they vibrate in a fixed position. That's why solid shave their own shape and volume.
  • But they don't move in solids, right?
  • Just let it go! Your statement is wrong!
  • Okay, we'll try this again. When a liquid turns into a solid, it's called a phase change. This specific phase change is called freezing where heat leaves the liquid to freeze. Particles in a liquid have enough space to move a little freely. When the liquid freezes, the particles come together and vibrate in place. Now do you get it?
  • Okay, thank you! Now, I have a new fact of the day.
  • Atoms in a liquid stop moving when the liquid becomes a solid.
  • Please, just stop!
  • Did you not just hear what he said?
  • Before I go, I have a question for you. Why can't you trust atoms? Because they make up everything! HAHAHHAHAH
  • Yeah thanks!
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