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These describe matter. Starts with a p
Name the 3 states of matter
Solid liquid gas
A solid has a certain size and ______.
A liquid has size and _______.
A liquid takes the shape of its ______.
Liquids can _____. (Starts with an f)
What state of matter is oxygen normally in?
A gas has no shape or s_____.
Many gases that are mixed together.
The substance does not change into another substance.
The substance does change into a different substance.
Measure of gravity
How much matter it contains.
Amount of space it occupies.
Mass to volume of a substance
Average energy of motion.
Organized like a big grid.
The Periodic table is made of rows and ______.
Each row is considered to be a different ____.
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