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States and Changes of Matter
States of Matter
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state of matter with definite shape and definite volume
state of matter with NO definite shape but has a definite volume
state of matter with NO definite shape and NO definite volume
the change in state from a solid to a liquid
the change in state from a liquid to a solid
the process that occurs when VAPORIZATION takes place ONLY at the SURFACE;(change in state from liquid to gas at surface)
the process that occurs when VAPORIZATION takes place INSIDE a liquid as well as on the SURFACE; (change in state from liquid to gas throughout the liquid); t
change in state from a gas to a liquid; water condenses at the boiling point.
change in state from a SOLID directly to a GAS without passing through the liquid state (and vice versa); Dry ice can sublimate at room temperature
change in state form a liquid to a gas (can describe either evaporating or boiling)
the temperature in which a liquid becomes a gas
the temperature in which a solid becomes a liquid
anything that has mass and takes up space (volume)
How can melting ice keep things cool?
Water can absorb heat and not get hotter. Explain what happens to heat during a change of state.
Explain why bridge engineers need to leave space between sections of materials when building.
An expansion joint is a space between sections of material that can allow a space to contract or expand during a seasonal change.
The decrease in an object's volume due to a change in heat.
The increase in an object's volume due to a change in heat.
Using our experiment with the balloon contraction in cold water, explain why the air in the balloon became more dense and the balloon itself shrunk.
Changing the form of an object without changing what type of matter it is.
What is one type of physical change (using a pencil)?
In a gas, particles move _____ and ____one another.
Quickly and past
In a liquid, particles _______ as they move past one another.
In solids, particles only _________.
When a solid gains heat, its particles start moving __
fast. Then they can't stay together and turn into a liquid.
When a liquid boils, it turns into a _______
In most materials, particles draw closer as they lose heat.
Ice is less ____ than liquid water.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
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