States of Matter
Solid
Definite shape and definite
Foldable

volume
Little kinetic energy in the
atoms/molecules
Examp...
States of Matter
Foldable

 Liquid
 Definite volume but no

definite shape
 More kinetic energy in the
atoms/molecules
...
States of Matter
Foldable
Gas
No definite shape no

definite volume
Most kinetic energy of the
atoms/molecules
Example...
States of Matter
Foldable

Plasma
A soup of positive nuclei
surrounded by free flowing
electrons
Example: Lightning
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States of Matter

  1. 1. States of Matter Solid Definite shape and definite Foldable volume Little kinetic energy in the atoms/molecules Example: aluminum
  2. 2. States of Matter Foldable  Liquid  Definite volume but no definite shape  More kinetic energy in the atoms/molecules  Example: water
  3. 3. States of Matter Foldable Gas No definite shape no definite volume Most kinetic energy of the atoms/molecules Example: air
  4. 4. States of Matter Foldable Plasma A soup of positive nuclei surrounded by free flowing electrons Example: Lightning

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