Liquid, Gases, and Solid (5th Grade)
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Definite shape or volume. (The particles are tightly packed together in a solid.)
When particles are close together but aren't in 'fixed' positions.
Have no definite shape or volume, and the particles move fast and don't stay together.
The amount of space that an object takes up.
Anything that takes up space.
When liquid changes into a gas when heat is added.
During condensation, the air cools and the gas changes into a liquid.
The temperature at which liquid changes into a solid. (32 Degrees and Below, also the temperature at when water freezes.)
The temperature at which a solid changes into a liquid. (Ex: Ice changing to Water)
The temperature at which a liquid changes into a gas.
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