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  • 1. States Of Matter!
  • 2. Matter is anything that takes up space and weight! The states of matter include; solid,liquid, gas, plasma and Bose-Einstein Condensates. All states of matter are made up of atoms. An atom is like a building block. It makes up everything you see! Each state of matter has a different patterns of atoms. The different patterns of atoms are what make the states of matter so much different than each other. What is Matter?
  • 3. What is a Bose-Einstein Condensate?
    • This state of matter is a new edition to the crew.
    • It all starts when the atoms start to get cold, really cold.
    • When the atoms get cold, they get closer and begin to clump up.
    • When the atoms clump up, they become one big blob that all look the same.
  • 4. What is a Solid?
    • Solids are usually hard because of their atomic structure.
    • Solids have tightly packed molecules. The closer the molecules, the harder the solid.
    • Solids always hold their own shape.
  • 5. What is a liquid?
    • Liquid is the middle man of the states of matter, it's molecules aren't as tightly packed as solids, but not as spread out as gas and have no particular pattern.
    • Liquid always takes the shape of it's container from the bottom up.
  • 6. What is a Gas?
    • Gases are random groups of atoms that are really spread out.
    • Gases are full of energy.
    • Gases can fill any container regardless of size or shape.
  • 7. What in the World is Plasma?
    • Plasma isn't found very often.
    • Plasma's are a lot like gases but plasmas are made up of free electrons and ions of the element.
    • Plasmas are mostly found in the atmosphere.
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