IGCSE Physics: Solids, liquids and gases
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The mass per unit of volume of a substance.
The force per unit of area of a substance.
The change of state from liquid to gas.
The change of state from gas to liquid.
The change of state from liquid to solid.
The change of state from solid to liquid.
The state of matter in which molecules are tightly packed and held in fixed positions by strong forces.
The state of matter in which molecules are closely packed but do not have a regular structure.
The state of matter in which molecules are widely spaced and in a continuous state of random motion.
Atoms, molecules, and particles are always moving in random directions; randomly moving particles that hit each other move in opposite directions.
A principle that shows that volume is inversely proportional to pressure for a fixed amount of gas at a constant temperature.
The coldest temperature, 0 Kelvin, or -273°C, that can be reached. It is the hypothetical temperature at which all molecular motion stops.
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