State of Matter… 1. Solids eg.metal ( Atoms are packed so tightly that they will hold their shape but they will turn to liquid if they are exposed to heat) 2. Liquid eg. water ( atoms are packed not so tightly as solids therefore if you put them in moulds eg. Glass, they will easily take on its shape. But liqid can turn into gas if it is exposed to heat.) 3. Gas ( atoms packed so loosely that they will disperse in the nearby air but if it is confined in a small place and exposed to heat, it will turn into liquid.)I like this image because it is clear and straight foreward. The image shows the three states of matter in their atom forms (microscophic forms). Furthur information can be added in more detail in picture.
This image shows that solid, liquid and gasmolecules coming apart when boiling hotsteam attacks the molecules. I like theimage because it shows how the moleculesseparate when boiling hot water has steamcoming out of it.
State of matterSolids, liquids and gass all havesomething in common atoms.Atoms are the smallest particleknown to man that can surviveon there own. All the atoms in asolid move around very slowlyand tight together like holdinghands. Then when the atomsturn into a liquid it starts to jogaround and break away from theothers. But when thetemperature really heats up theatoms start sprinting around likecrazy.
Solid, Liquid, and Gas I like this image because it shows the three different forms of the atoms and it shows that the atoms are changing from liquid, solid and gas. It shows the scientific words when liquid changes into solid (solidification), solid to gas(sublimation), and gas toliquid (condensation) etc. I think this image could have shown how the atoms react in these forms as shown on the image on the right.
Solid liquid gasI like this picture because it’s a good example of solid liquid and gas.
Solid Liquid Gas This Photo Shows A solid a Liquid And A gas The solid is a rock liquid is milk and gas a cloud there are many more of these solids liquids and gases but Ive only shown you 1 example
Solid liquid gasThis picture shows how solid to liquid to gas. I like this imagebecause it shows how a solid turns into a liquid and then to a gas.When the atoms are all pushed together its a solid. When the atomsare close together its a liquid and when its a gas, the atoms arespread out. These change because of the heat or the change oftemperature.
SOLID Gas Solid is one of the Liquid Three classical states Gas is a airlike fluid Of matter. A solid is firm Liquid is a form of Substance which And a stable shape. Matter with a definite Expands freely to fill Volume but no fixed Any space available, Shape.Lily
The solid form of water is frozen ice the liquid form iswater and the gas form is water vapour
solid liquid gas These diagrams show solids liquid gas. This picture shows gas coming
Solid, Liquid, GasI like this image because it shows the changes from liquid to gas (vaporization), gas to liquid (Condensation), gas to solid (Deposition), solid to gas (Sublimation), solid to liquid (Fusion- Solids, liquids and gases aremelting), and Liquid to solid (Freezing). what’s called the three states of matter. They either change to a chemical change or a physical change.
..: Solid, Liquid, Gas :..This diagram presents ice (solid) changing into water (liquid) then finally, into a gas (steam) because of the heat that has effected the first product (ice) changing it twice. I quite like this image because it clearly shows the three forms that atoms may become when effected byheat or frozen. It also presents what stages the atoms go through and proves that a solid may not instantly change to a gas. It could be explained on the image how the atoms appear when transformed into each form (Example:Atoms appear closer together when a solid and far apart/randomly scattered when a gas.) this would give amore detailed explanation of the process of atoms and extend knowledge. The diagram may also be labelled to help an inexperienced scientist completely understand. I have provided a second diagram on the right side/above that contains this information.
Ice melts into water and waterevaporates into steam when you boil it
Solid Liquid and gas The solid in this picture is the ground aroundthe hole. The gas is the smoke from the liquid.The liquid is boiling water just below the hole.
Solid liquid gas This photo shows three cups, on the far left, an ice block (solid), the middle (liquid) and the right a cup with gas. I like this photo because it clearly shows three forms of matter. If you freeze matter, (water) you get matter in the form of a solid, ice. Then if you heat it up above 0 degrees Celsius and below 100 degrees Celsius, you get liquid. Then if you heat it up above 100 degrees Celsius, water starts to boil, then evaporate, its gas form.
SOLID,LIQUID,GAS The diagram at the top basically explains everything. The ice is solid even though it was formed by water it is not a liquid as it is a huge block. The water is beingfrozen and makes it thick and solid. You can tell if a substance is a solid, liquid or gas by looking at it you can say that ice cube is a solid because the water or any type of liquid in it doesn’t flow. The liquid is when the ice cube melts. It is a liquid because the liquid flows and it is not thick or dense. The atoms and molecules in it loosened up a bit from how it was before in solid and created a liquid by loosing the atoms and molecules a bit. The gas was a solid and a liquid first but not anymore as the atoms and molecules loosened up the thissubstance became a gas. If you want to know if a substance if gas then see if the substance flows and is not tightened up all together (which is solid).
Solid, Liquid, GasThis is a diagram showing how solids get from solids to gas. When itis a solid it is hard, and when all the Atoms split it can turn into liquidbecause of the heat and then they will split, and then lastly it turnsinto gas because of the heat. I like this diagram because it shows ushow a solid turns into a liquid and then into gas. It is helpful becauseit specifically shows us how solids turn into liquid then to gas in aeasy way. Further information should be added because some peoplemay not get what the diagram shows so In my own opinion I thinkthat they should show what atoms are because newbies may notnow what atoms are and if they put atoms in the diagram they canlearn and have a clear understanding of this diagram.