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CHAPTER 6 REVIEW
Boiling Point The temperature at which a liquid begins to enter the gaseous state
Deposition The process that occurs in frost formation
Vaporization The process by which a liquid changes to a gas
Sublimation The process that begins once dry ice is removed from the freezer
Condensation The process by which particles move slowly enough for their attraction to bring them together to form a droplet of liquid
Temperature The measure of the average kinetic energy of all the particles in an object
Gas The state of matter that has no fixed shape or volume
Melting Point The temperature at which substance changes from a solid to a liquid
Evaporation The process by which individual particles of liquid escape from the surface and form a gas
Random Motion Describes the movement of particles in matter
Freezing Point The temperature at which attractive forces trap particles and a solid begins to form
Liquid The state of matter that has a fixed volume but takes on the shape of the container in which it is placed
Solid The state of matter that has a fixed shape and volume
E. Changes in State (phase changes) 1. Melting - solid to liquid a. Particles get more kinetic energy and begin rotating around each other. b. There isnt.
Changes in State.
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Solid phase (s): Strong attractive forces hold particles in fixed location. Regular definite geometric shape; crystalline Liquid phase (l): Particles have.
Particles get more kinetic energy and begin rotating around each other. There isn’t enough energy to break the intermolecular attractions, so the particles.
Phase Changes Melting Vaporization Condensation Freezing Sublimation.
States of Matter Liquids. States of Matter Objectives Describe the motion of particles in liquids and the properties of liquids according to the kinetic-molecular.
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Heat and States of Matter
Physical Science Mr. Moss RHS. When 2 states are present at the same time, we describe each as a phase. Here, we see 2 phases of water: ◦ Solid Phase.
State Changes How matter changes forms. What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work or cause change.
States of Matter 3 States of Matter: 1)solid- a substance with a definite shape and a definite volume. The particles of a solid vibrate, but do not move.
State Changes How matter changes forms Physical Science.
Phase Changes Melting, Freezing, Vaporization, Condensation, Sublimation.
Changes of State. Is the change of a substance from one physical form to the other All changes of states are physical changes, this means that the identity.
TrueFalseStatementTrueFalse Solids have a definite shape and volume, and their particles do not move Liquids have definite shape, not volume, and their.
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