States of Matter and Physical and Chemical Changes
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  • 1. Solid Definite shape and definite volume Little kinetic energy in the molecules Example: aluminum
  • 2. Liquid Definite volume but no definite shape More kinetic energy in the molecules Example: water
  • 3. Gas No definite shape no definite volume Most kinetic energy of the molecules Example: air
  • 4. Plasma A soup of positive nuclei surrounded by free flowing electrons Example: Lightning
  • 5. Physical Change Change in matter that does not produce new products May look different, but it’s not a new substance “Easily” reversed
  • 6. Physical Change Chemical properties are not changed No energy given or taken unless there is a change of state
  • 7. Change of State Molecules gain or lose kinetic energy Melting/freezing, evaporating/condensation
  • 8. Change of State Sublimation Going from a solid to a gas Skips the liquid state
  • 9. Chemical Change Matter changes from one kind of material to another The atoms do not change They rearrange themselves Not “easily” reversed
  • 10. Chemical Change The new substances have new properties Chemical change takes place during a chemical reaction
  • 11. Energy Always a part of a chemical change Given or taken