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Chemistry Solids/Liquids/Diagrams/Molecular
Coulomb's Law
Ionization Energy
Electron Configuration
First Ionization Energy Trend
- Opposite charges attract... - Similar charges repel... - Closer c…
- Energy needed to remove an electron
- The distribution of electrons of an atom or molecule (or ot…
The energy required to remove the outermost (highest energy)…
Coulomb's Law
- Opposite charges attract... - Similar charges repel... - Closer c…
Ionization Energy
- Energy needed to remove an electron
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Liquids, Solids, and The Kinetic-Molecular Theory
Liquids take the shape of its________
The volume is liquids is ______
Individual particles do not have _____…
Liquids have a ________ density than l…
container
fixed
fixed
higher, intermolecular forces
Liquids take the shape of its________
container
The volume is liquids is ______
fixed
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Unit 9: Liquids/Solids (Kinetic Molecular Theory)
Kinetic Molecular Theory:
Characteristics/motion of SOLID
Characteristics/motion of LIQUID
Characteristics/motion of GAS
1) Matter is composed of tiny submicroscopic particles... 2)The…
Definite shape... Vibration in a fixed area
Takes shape of container... Random rolling and sliding
Takes shape AND volume of container... Random-Independent with l…
Kinetic Molecular Theory:
1) Matter is composed of tiny submicroscopic particles... 2)The…
Characteristics/motion of SOLID
Definite shape... Vibration in a fixed area
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Unit 9: Liquids/Solids (Kinetic Molecular Theory)
Kinetic Molecular Theory:
Characteristics/motion of SOLID
Characteristics/motion of LIQUID
Characteristics/motion of GAS
1) Matter is composed of tiny submicroscopic particles... 2)The…
Definite shape... Vibration in a fixed area
Takes shape of container... Random rolling and sliding
Takes shape AND volume of container... Random-Independent with l…
Kinetic Molecular Theory:
1) Matter is composed of tiny submicroscopic particles... 2)The…
Characteristics/motion of SOLID
Definite shape... Vibration in a fixed area
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Chapter 12- Liquids, Solids, and Inter-molecular Forces.
Intermolecular forces
Do more or less specific intermolecula…
The state of a sample of matter is dep…
Molecules and atoms that compose matte…
attractive forces that exist between molecules ... living organi…
less specific intermolecular forces.
intermolecular forces relative to the amount of thermal energ…
increases with increasing temperature.
Intermolecular forces
attractive forces that exist between molecules ... living organi…
Do more or less specific intermolecula…
less specific intermolecular forces.
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Chapter 11: Inter-molecular Forces, Liquids, and solids
The fundamental difference between sta…
Since solids and liquids particles are…
The state a substance is in at a parti…
_______ forces are the attractions bet…
distance between particles
condensed phases
Kenetic energy of the particles, and strength of attractions
Intermolecular
The fundamental difference between sta…
distance between particles
Since solids and liquids particles are…
condensed phases
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Properties of Solids and Liquids + Inter Molecular Forces
Surface Tension
Capillary Action
Viscosity
Crystalline Solids
Resistance to an increase in Surface Area
Spontaneous Rising of a Liquid in a narrow tube
Resistance to flow of a Liquid
Specific arrangement of components
Surface Tension
Resistance to an increase in Surface Area
Capillary Action
Spontaneous Rising of a Liquid in a narrow tube
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Chapter 11: inter-molecular forces, liquids, and solids
What antagonistic entities decide the…
What is stronger: the attractions betw…
What do intermolecular forces control?
What are the "van der waals forces":
the kinetic energy of particles, the strength of the attracti…
The intramolecular attractions that hold compounds together.
(physical properties) boiling points, melting points, vapor p…
London dispersion forces, dipole-dipole interactions, hydroge…
What antagonistic entities decide the…
the kinetic energy of particles, the strength of the attracti…
What is stronger: the attractions betw…
The intramolecular attractions that hold compounds together.
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Solids and Liquids
matter
states
solid
liquid
anything that takes up space
one of the three groups of matter
matter that holds its own shape and always takes up the same…
matter that flows freely and takes the shape of the container
matter
anything that takes up space
states
one of the three groups of matter
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Chapter 11- Liquid, Solid Inter molecular Forces
Dispersion Force (Landon)
Dipole Attractions
Solubility
Hydrogen Bonding
Temporary Polarity of a molecule due to unequal distribution…
any polar molecule has a permanent dipole... stronger than Lando…
Like polarity dissolves like polarity
very electronegative ei. O, N, F... exposed proton... dipole force…
Dispersion Force (Landon)
Temporary Polarity of a molecule due to unequal distribution…
Dipole Attractions
any polar molecule has a permanent dipole... stronger than Lando…
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Kinetic Molecular Theory (Solid, Liquid, and Gas)
Particles expand to fill their contain…
Particles can constantly take the shap…
Particles move in rapid, random, strai…
Typically the most dense phase of matt…
Gas
Liquid, and Gas
Gas
Solid
Particles expand to fill their contain…
Gas
Particles can constantly take the shap…
Liquid, and Gas
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Solids and Liquids
kinetic-molecular theory
ideal gas
elastic collision
diffusion
a theory that explains that the behavior of physical systems…
an imaginary gas whose particles are infinitely small and do…
a collision between ideally elastic bodies in which the final…
the movement of particles from regions of higher density to r…
kinetic-molecular theory
a theory that explains that the behavior of physical systems…
ideal gas
an imaginary gas whose particles are infinitely small and do…
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Solids, Liquids and Gases
PARTICLE MODEL
SOLIDS
LIQUIDS
GASES
The particle model explains the different states of matter in…
Particles are bonded and packed closely that they have little…
Particles are weakly bonded so they are easily broken allowin…
There are no bonds between gaseous particles. They are very e…
PARTICLE MODEL
The particle model explains the different states of matter in…
SOLIDS
Particles are bonded and packed closely that they have little…
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Solids and Liquids
What is matter?
What are the 3 states of matter?
True or False: Solids have a definite…
True or False: Examples of solids are…
Anything that takes up space
solids, liquids and gases
True
False
What is matter?
Anything that takes up space
What are the 3 states of matter?
solids, liquids and gases
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The Kinetic-Molecular Theory of Matter, Liquids, Solids, Changes of State, and Water
Kinetic-Molecular Theory
ideal gas
elastic collision
diffusion
While the ideal gas law deals with macroscopic quantities of…
a hypothetical gas whose molecules occupy negligible space an…
An elastic collision is an encounter between two bodies in wh…
Diffusion refers to the process by which molecules intermingl…
Kinetic-Molecular Theory
While the ideal gas law deals with macroscopic quantities of…
ideal gas
a hypothetical gas whose molecules occupy negligible space an…
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Liquids and Solids
Gases
Liquids
Miscibility
Emulsion
Atoms are far apart and move around rapidly. Weak intramolecu…
Atoms held close together. Have definite volumes (unlike gase…
Degree to which two liquids can mix.
extreme mixing of immiscible liquids. ( not actually mixing)
Gases
Atoms are far apart and move around rapidly. Weak intramolecu…
Liquids
Atoms held close together. Have definite volumes (unlike gase…
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Liquids and solids
phase diagram
molecular substances
network covalent substances
ionic substances
a diagram that shows pressures and temperatures at different…
1. low boiling and melting point... 2. insoluble polar substance…
1. poor conductors of electricity... 2. high boiling point... 3. in…
1. high boiling point... 2. nonconductors of electricity, unless…
phase diagram
a diagram that shows pressures and temperatures at different…
molecular substances
1. low boiling and melting point... 2. insoluble polar substance…
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solids and liquids
Matter
mass
volume
energy
anything that has mass that takes up space
the measure of how much matter is in an object
the amount of space an object takes up
ability to cause change
Matter
anything that has mass that takes up space
mass
the measure of how much matter is in an object
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Liquids and Solids
Formation of solids and liquids
Different forms of solids
ionic solid properties
metallic solid properties
-when attractive forces overcome KE
Crystalline -> atoms exist in specific 3D geometry ... -ionic so…
-high MP and BP ... -poor electrical conductivity ... -due to stron…
-high MP and BP ... -strong covalent attraction
Formation of solids and liquids
-when attractive forces overcome KE
Different forms of solids
Crystalline -> atoms exist in specific 3D geometry ... -ionic so…
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Solids and Liquids
matter
solid
liquid
bubbly
anything that takes up space
matter that takes a definite shape and always takes up the sa…
matter that flows freely. water is one kind
describes a liquid that is full of bubbles
matter
anything that takes up space
solid
matter that takes a definite shape and always takes up the sa…
Liquids and Solids
Intermolecular forces
magnitude (and type) of intermolecular…
One molecule within a liquid
Surface tension
attractive forces that hold particles together in the condens…
is what determines whether the particles that make up a subst…
is pulled in all directions by intermolecular forces.
amount of energy required to stretch or increase the surface…
Intermolecular forces
attractive forces that hold particles together in the condens…
magnitude (and type) of intermolecular…
is what determines whether the particles that make up a subst…
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Solids and Liquids
Solid
Solid
Solid
Solid
Legos
Phone
Pencil
Paper
Solid
Legos
Solid
Phone
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Solids and Liquids
Viscous
Bubbly
Dissolve
Foamy
A liquid that is thick and slow. (honey)
A liquid that is full of bubbles
A solid is mixed with a liquid and the solid breaks down into…
A liquid that has a layer of bubbles
Viscous
A liquid that is thick and slow. (honey)
Bubbly
A liquid that is full of bubbles
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Liquids and Solids
condensed phases
miscibility
emulsion
crystalline
liquids and solids
mixability. affected by polarity
mixture between two immiscible liquids
ordered structure. specific, 3D geometric arrangement with re…
condensed phases
liquids and solids
miscibility
mixability. affected by polarity
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Liquids and Solids
Dipoles
Dipole-Dipole Forces
Polar molecules are attracted to...
Gaseous polar molecules show _____ att…
A molecule with only one positive and one negative end; also…
The attraction between the partial positive end of one dipole…
Each other, the negative end of one to the positive end of an…
Very little. They are so far apart.
Dipoles
A molecule with only one positive and one negative end; also…
Dipole-Dipole Forces
The attraction between the partial positive end of one dipole…
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Liquids and Solids
Properties of Solids
Properties of Liquid
Properties of Gas
Phase Changes
Density: High... Volume and Shape: Definite volume and shape... Com…
Density: High (lower than solid)... Volume and Shape: Definite v…
Density: Low... Volume and Shape: Indefinite volume and shape... Co…
Phase changes involve changing the physical state of a substa…
Properties of Solids
Density: High... Volume and Shape: Definite volume and shape... Com…
Properties of Liquid
Density: High (lower than solid)... Volume and Shape: Definite v…
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Solids and Liquids
Formula for Density
Volume
Mass
Solution
Density= Mass/Volume
Amount of space occupied by an object
A measure of the amount of matter in an object
The entire process of dissolving in water is a solution.
Formula for Density
Density= Mass/Volume
Volume
Amount of space occupied by an object
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Solids and Liquids
gases
liquids
solids
crystalline solids
only weak intermolecular forces allows them to expand and mov…
atoms held closely together, still able to diffuse and evapor…
atoms only vibrate around fixed positions, only energy is vib…
has an ordered structure, defined by unit cells
gases
only weak intermolecular forces allows them to expand and mov…
liquids
atoms held closely together, still able to diffuse and evapor…
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Liquids and Solids
Which three phases or states can matte…
Condensed Phases
Gas Properties
Liquid Properties
Gas, liquid, and solid
Liquids and Solids due to their smaller volume relative to ga…
Conforms to the volume and shape of the container it is in, i…
Conforms to the shape of the container; however has a definit…
Which three phases or states can matte…
Gas, liquid, and solid
Condensed Phases
Liquids and Solids due to their smaller volume relative to ga…
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Liquids and Solids
Intermolecular Attractive Forces
Intramolecular Forces
Dispersion Forces
Dipole-Dipole Forces
Also known as IMAFs, the three types are Dispersion forces, D…
Occur within two or more atoms in the same molecule
Occur between all molecules, mainly in non-polar ones. When a…
Occur in polar molecules, the strength of the bond is directl…
Intermolecular Attractive Forces
Also known as IMAFs, the three types are Dispersion forces, D…
Intramolecular Forces
Occur within two or more atoms in the same molecule
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Solids and Liquids
Intermolecular Forces
Chemical Bonds
London Dispersion Forces
Non-polar
What holds molecular compounds together. They are weak attrac…
The type of bonds that are way stronger than IMFs. They hold…
Instantaneous dipoles that are caused by the motion of electr…
Do LDFs contain polar or non-polar molecules?
Intermolecular Forces
What holds molecular compounds together. They are weak attrac…
Chemical Bonds
The type of bonds that are way stronger than IMFs. They hold…
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Liquids and Solids
What are the 3 different physical phas…
Gas: ... -Volume and Shape... -Motion... -Dens…
Liquid: ... -Volume and Shape... -Motion... -D…
Solid:... -Volume and Shape... -Motion... -Den…
Gas... Liquid ... Solid
Volume ... Conforms to the volume and shape of container... Motion…
Volume and Shape: ... Conforms to the shape of the container. Bu…
Volume and Shape: ... Defined volume and shape... Motion: ... Particl…
What are the 3 different physical phas…
Gas... Liquid ... Solid
Gas: ... -Volume and Shape... -Motion... -Dens…
Volume ... Conforms to the volume and shape of container... Motion…
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Unit 9: Liquids and Solids The Kinetic Molecular Theory Vocabulary
gas
liquid
solid
fluid
a form of matter that takes the shape and volume of its conta…
a form of matter that flows, has a fixed volume, and an indef…
a form of matter that has a definite shape and volume
a substance that has no fixed shape and yields easily to exte…
gas
a form of matter that takes the shape and volume of its conta…
liquid
a form of matter that flows, has a fixed volume, and an indef…
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Liquids and Solids
Hydrogen bonding
Why can't formaldehyde bond as a pure…
ion-induced dipole forces
ion-dipole forces
N, O, F + H
No polar bond (aka H is not partially positive) between C-H s…
ion + nonpolar substance
ion + polar substance (aka H2O and NaCl --> HNaCl)
Hydrogen bonding
N, O, F + H
Why can't formaldehyde bond as a pure…
No polar bond (aka H is not partially positive) between C-H s…
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Solids, Liquids, and Gases
solid
liquid
gas
gas
a state of matter that has a definite shape and volume
a state of matter that has a definite volume (space)
a state of matter that has no definite shape or volume
the particles will move and spread apart as they fill a conta…
solid
a state of matter that has a definite shape and volume
liquid
a state of matter that has a definite volume (space)
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11.1 - a molecular comparison of gases, liquids, and solids
characteristics of a gas
characteristics of a liquid
characteristics of a solid
average kinetic energy is related to t…
assumes both the volume and shape of its container. is compre…
assumes the shape of the portion of the container it occupies…
retains its own shape and volume. is virtually incompressible…
average speed
characteristics of a gas
assumes both the volume and shape of its container. is compre…
characteristics of a liquid
assumes the shape of the portion of the container it occupies…
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Solids and Liquids
What are the two types of compounds?
What are the properties and rules for…
What are the properties and rules for…
What are terminal atoms?
Ionic-metal with nonmetal, electrons are transferred... Molecula…
-Elements gain and lose electrons to obtain a full valence sh…
-These structures help predict how the molecule is put togeth…
Atoms that are only bonded to the central atom
What are the two types of compounds?
Ionic-metal with nonmetal, electrons are transferred... Molecula…
What are the properties and rules for…
-Elements gain and lose electrons to obtain a full valence sh…
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Chapter 9 and 13 (liquids, solids, phase changes, molecular shape and polarity
What does VSEPR stand for?
What does the VSEPR model strive to do?
Repulsion of electron pairs results in…
What takes up more space lone pairs (u…
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion
To minimize repulsion of shared and unshared pairs of electro…
fixed angles between atoms in a molecule; bond angles
Lone pairs (unshared electrons)
What does VSEPR stand for?
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion
What does the VSEPR model strive to do?
To minimize repulsion of shared and unshared pairs of electro…
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Solids & Liquids
Vaporization
Evaporation
Vapor Pressure
Boiling Point
the conversion of a liquid to a gas or vapor
vaporization that occurs at the surface of a liquid that is n…
a measure of the force exerted by a gas above a liquid in a s…
the temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is ju…
Vaporization
the conversion of a liquid to a gas or vapor
Evaporation
vaporization that occurs at the surface of a liquid that is n…
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11-1 "A Molecular Comparison of Gases, Liquids, and Solids"
Why are the properties of the states o…
intermolecular forces
main properties of liquids
main properties of solids
Because the intermolecular forces in liquids/solids are much…
forces that exist between molecules
-intermolecular attraction strong enough to hold together... -de…
strong enough to hold close together and lock virtually in pl…
Why are the properties of the states o…
Because the intermolecular forces in liquids/solids are much…
intermolecular forces
forces that exist between molecules
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Liquids & Solids
Phase Dynamic
Capillary Rise
Dynamic Equilibrium
Triple Point
Shows how the states of matter in a system are affected by ch…
Rise of liquid in a tube of small diameter.
Two opposing process come into balance and no further change…
Refers to the pressure where pressure and temperature at whic…
Phase Dynamic
Shows how the states of matter in a system are affected by ch…
Capillary Rise
Rise of liquid in a tube of small diameter.
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Solids, liquids and gases
Solid
Liquid
Gas
Particle
A form of matter that has a definite shape and volume
A state of matter that has no definite shape but has a defini…
A state of matter with no definite shape or volume
the tiny pieces matter is made of (atoms and molecules)
Solid
A form of matter that has a definite shape and volume
Liquid
A state of matter that has no definite shape but has a defini…
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Solids/Liquids
Kinetic Theory
Gases
Liquids
Solids
heory that explains the physical properties of matter in term…
airlike fluid substance which expands freely to fill any spac…
fluid substance; has a definite volume, but no definite shape
particles arranged such that their shape and volume are relat…
Kinetic Theory
heory that explains the physical properties of matter in term…
Gases
airlike fluid substance which expands freely to fill any spac…
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Liquids & Solids
Liquid
Solutions
Miscibility
Immiscible
-definite volume, indefinite shape... -particles slide past each…
liquids have ability to mix w/ each other and other phases
degree to which 2 liquids can mix
two liquids repel each other b/c of polarity difference
Liquid
-definite volume, indefinite shape... -particles slide past each…
Solutions
liquids have ability to mix w/ each other and other phases
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Solids & liquids
TOS: Molecular
TOS: Covalent Network
TOS: Ionic
TOS: Metallic
- IMFs... - soft... - low-high mp... - poor electrical conductions ... -…
- Covalent Bonds... - Hard... - high mp... - poor electrical conductio…
- Ionic bonds... - hard & brittle... - high mp... - poor electrical co…
- Metallic bonds (sea of electrons)... - soft-hard... - low-high mp…
TOS: Molecular
- IMFs... - soft... - low-high mp... - poor electrical conductions ... -…
TOS: Covalent Network
- Covalent Bonds... - Hard... - high mp... - poor electrical conductio…
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Solids & Liquids
Amorphous solid
Gas
Network crystal/macromolecule
Isomorphous solid
Substance that appears to be a solid but is not crystal. Can…
Substance in the gaseous state at room temperature
When solid substances link many unit cells together
Substance whose crystal shape and structure are same
Amorphous solid
Substance that appears to be a solid but is not crystal. Can…
Gas
Substance in the gaseous state at room temperature
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Solids/Liquids
Solid
Liquid
Gas
vaporization
definite volume and shape
Volume but indefinite shape
Neither definite volume nor shape
evaporation
Solid
definite volume and shape
Liquid
Volume but indefinite shape
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Solids liquids
Amorphous solid
Boiling point
Condensation
Condensed state
Plasma
Temp at which water boils
Water outside cold cup
State matter is most condensed
Amorphous solid
Plasma
Boiling point
Temp at which water boils
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Solids & Liquids
Smooth
Rough
Bubbly
Foamy
Opposite of rough
Bumpy, uneven surface
Bubbles are inside
Bubbles are on the surface or on the top
Smooth
Opposite of rough
Rough
Bumpy, uneven surface
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Liquids and Solids
vaporization
condensation
crystallization
fusion
liquid to gas
gas to liquid
liquid to solid
solid to liquid
vaporization
liquid to gas
condensation
gas to liquid
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