Solid- the state of matter that has a definite shape of
Particles are very close together they have a strong
attrition for each other.
Molecule in a solid stay very close to each other and move
very slow because its is cramped together.
Solids are has a definite shape and volume.
2 types of solids,
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Ex: of Solids!!!!!
Liquid- is the state of matter that has definite volume
but not a definite shape.
Particles move fast enough to overcome the
attraction between some of the particles.
Particle's slide past each other.
Liquids easily change shape.
All liquids have surface tension.
All liquids have viscosity.
Water is a liquid.
Soda is a liquid.
Spit is a liquid.
Ex: Of Liquids!!!!!
Viscosity- a liquid resistance to flow the stronger the
attraction between particles, the higher the viscosity.
One small tank of helium can fill almost 700 balloons.
Its because, the tank is metal and the balloons are
rubber, so the rubber can expand and the metal tank
Gas – the state of matter that has no definite shape
The amount of empty space between gas particles
Particles in a gas move quickly, so they can break
away from their attraction for other particles.
Air is matter because we can move the air out of a
We put a straw in the bag and put tap around the
straw so no air can leave or get in.
Then we put our teacher on a upside down table with
our bags under the table and blow at the same time
and the air made the table rise.