States Of Matter
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  • 1. States of Matter Solid, Liquid, Gas, and Plasma
  • 2. Well-Known States of Matter
    • Solid
      • Ice, chairs, tables, ect
    • Liquid
      • Liquid water, milk, juice, ect
    • Gas
      • Water vapor, oxygen, hydrogen, ect
  • 3. Solid
    • Solid is a state of matter in which the molecules are compact and close together, with very little movement.
    • Solids have a definite shape and a definite volume.
  • 4. Liquid
    • Liquid is a state of matter in which the molecules are a little further apart, allowing for more movement (which is why liquids can change shape).
    • Liquids have a definite volume but they take on the shape of their container.
  • 5. Gas
    • Gas is a state of matter in which the molecules are so far apart, there is a lot of movement.
    • Gases have no definite shape or volume.
  • 6. Name the State
    • Name which state each diagram is.
    Solid Gas Liquid
  • 7. Plasma
    • The fourth state is plasma.
      • Occurs when a gas is heated to the point that it loses all of its electrons.
      • Occurs in stars and neon lights.