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  • 1. State of MatterA Review
    Unit 5
  • 2. Phases of Matter
    Solids – Tightly packed particles, particles are locked.
  • 3. Phases of Matter
    Solids – Tightly packed particles, particles are locked.
    Liquids – Loosely packed particles, particles can slide past each other (flow).
  • 4. Phases of Matter
    Solids – Tightly packed particles, particles are locked.
    Liquids – Loosely packed particles, particles can slide past each other (flow).
    Gases – Particles are spaced apart (a lot of space between them), particles can flow.
  • 5. Phases of Matter
    Solids – Tightly packed particles, particles are locked.
    Liquids – Loosely packed particles, particles can slide past each other (flow).
    Gases – Particles are spaced apart (a lot of space between them), particles can flow.
    Plasma – High energy gas particles that have had their electrons ripped off.
  • 6. Properties of Matter
    Phases of Matter
    Solid
    Definite Volume
    Definite Shape
    Liquid
    Definite Volume
    No definite Shape
    Gas
    No definite Volume
    No definite Shape
    Plasma
    A high energy gas that has it’s electrons ripped off.
  • 7. Phases of Matter
    Phase Changes
    Melting/Freezing
    Boiling/Condensing
    Sublimation/Deposition
    Deposition
  • 8. Types of Phase Changes
    Melting- Solid to Liquid
    Freezing – Liquid to Solid
  • 9. Types of Phase Changes
    Vaporization – Liquid to Gas
    Condensation – Gas to Liquid
  • 10. Types of Phase Changes
    Sublimation – Solid to Gas
    Deposition – Gas to Solid
  • 11. Multiple Changes in State of Matter
    Dry Ice (Frozen Carbon Dioxide) Sublimation from solid to gas
    Water – Condensation from water vapor to liquid steam