Changing States of Matter and the Water Cycle

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freezing

change from a liquid to a solid

evaporation

change from a liquid to a gas at the surface of the liquid

melting

change from a solid to a liquid

condensation

change from a gas to a liquid

sublimation

when a solid turns directly to a gas without passing through a liquid state; an example is dry ice

matter

anything that has mass and takes up space; has the ability to change from one state to another

water cycle

the continuous movement of water from sources at Earth's surface into the air and back to Earth's surface

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