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Physical Science: Chapter 4, sec 1

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Notes from 10/13/10

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  • 1. Chapter 4 States of Matter Section 1 page 110
  • 2. Warm Up 10/13/10
    • In your science journal, make a four-column table with the column headings “Solid,” “Liquid,” “Gas,” and “Plasma.”
    • Brainstorm to fill in the table with examples of each state of matter.
  • 3. Solids
    • Particles have a strong attraction between them.
    • The particles are closely locked in position and can only vibrate.
  • 4. Liquids
    • Particles of a liquid are more loosely connected than those of a solid and can collide with and move past one another.
  • 5. Gases
    • Particles of a gas move fast enough so that they overcome the attractions between them.
    • The particles move independently and collide frequently.
  • 6. Plasmas
    • Free moving ions and electrons
    • Takes on an electrical charge
  • 7. Brain Pop
    • States of Matter
  • 8. Homework
    • Read Chapter 4, Section 2:
      • “ Changes of State”
      • Pages 114 - 119