The Three States
Of Matter
By: Brandon Hoppenstein
The 3 States of Matter Are:
• Solids
• Liquids
• Gases
Solids
Examples Of Solids
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•
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Pillow
Cinder Block
Rock
Computer
Table
Facts About Solids
• Solids are relatively rigid, and have a
definite volume and shape.
• Particles in a solid are tightly...
This Is How The Particles In A Solid
Are Arranged
Liquids
Examples Of Liquids
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•
•
•
•

Milk
Water
Soda
Vinegar
Cooking Oil
Facts About Liquids
• Liquids have a definite volume, but liquids
are able to change their shape by flowing.
• Particles i...
This Is How Particles In A
Liquid Are Arranged
Gases
Examples Of Gases
•
•
•
•
•

Helium
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Nitrogen
Carbon Monoxide
Facts About Gases
• Gas has no definite volume or shape.
• Particles in a gas are well separated with
no arrangement.
• Th...
This Is How Particles In A
Gas Are Arranged
Terminology
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Melting : when a solid turns into a liquid
Freezing : when a liquid turns into a solid
Condensati...
The End
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  1. 1. The Three States Of Matter By: Brandon Hoppenstein
  2. 2. The 3 States of Matter Are: • Solids • Liquids • Gases
  3. 3. Solids
  4. 4. Examples Of Solids • • • • • Pillow Cinder Block Rock Computer Table
  5. 5. Facts About Solids • Solids are relatively rigid, and have a definite volume and shape. • Particles in a solid are tightly packed, usually in a regular pattern. • The particles in a solid move very little and vibrate when heated.
  6. 6. This Is How The Particles In A Solid Are Arranged
  7. 7. Liquids
  8. 8. Examples Of Liquids • • • • • Milk Water Soda Vinegar Cooking Oil
  9. 9. Facts About Liquids • Liquids have a definite volume, but liquids are able to change their shape by flowing. • Particles in a liquid are close together with no regular arrangement. • The particles move easily. They are close together but not in a neat even arrangement as the particles in a solid.
  10. 10. This Is How Particles In A Liquid Are Arranged
  11. 11. Gases
  12. 12. Examples Of Gases • • • • • Helium Oxygen Carbon Dioxide Nitrogen Carbon Monoxide
  13. 13. Facts About Gases • Gas has no definite volume or shape. • Particles in a gas are well separated with no arrangement. • The particles move rapidly and there are much larger spaces between them then in a solid or a liquid.
  14. 14. This Is How Particles In A Gas Are Arranged
  15. 15. Terminology • • • • • • Melting : when a solid turns into a liquid Freezing : when a liquid turns into a solid Condensation : when a gas turns into a liquid Vaporization : when a liquid turns into a gas Sublimation : when a solid turns into a gas Deposition : when a gas turns into a solid
  16. 16. The End

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