States of Matter

States of Matter

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  • States Of Matter
  • Solids have the densest atoms of any state. They keep their shape and have a definite volume. They do not move around as much as liquids and gases.
  • Solid
  • Liquids take the shape of the container they were poured into. The move more freely than solids but less than gases. Their atoms are less dense than a solid but more than a gas.
  • Liquid
  • Gases have no definite shape or volume. They expand to the volume of the container they were put in. They have the lowest density. Gases flow and spread out very easily.
  • Gas
  • Melting
  • Vaporization
  • Svara Shah Period 2
  • Condensation
  • It is morning in this beach waterpark. It is warmer than it was at night so the visitors are slightly spread apart, but it is still rather cool outside.
  • Freezing
  • Now it is the afternoon. It is very hot and all the people at the waterpark are spreading out, some going to the other rides and some swimming in the ocean.
  • Sublimation
  • It is now evening. It is too cold to continue swimming so everyone comes back to the beach, but it is still warm enough to play in the sand. They are standing close together but not too close as it is still a little warm.
  • Now that it is nighttime, the visitors are standing close together to get away from the cold water and for heat. It is very cold which causes them to stay packed together.
  • Suddenly, a meteor struck. It grew extremely hot very fast. Quickly, everyone spread apart, trying to find a way to get back home.
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