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States of matter
States of matter
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States of matter
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States of matter

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For use with dry ice / LN2 demos. Please contact me if you need details.

For use with dry ice / LN2 demos. Please contact me if you need details.

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  • 1. States of Matter
  • 2. How Many States ? Solid Liquid Gas Plasma Freezing Melting Condensation Vaporization Deionization Ionization Sublimation Deposition
  • 3. Let’s look at a few of them
  • 4. Condensation
  • 5. Sublimation Dry Ice Dry ice sublimates at -129°F -89°C
  • 6. Evaporation Liquid Nitrogen boils at -321°F -196°C 77 K
  • 7. Freezing and Liquefaction What is in the Balloon ?
  • 8. Some other changes happen when things get real cold
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