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The 3 states of
matter
8th grade
Made by: Lance Bengochea
The 3 States of Matter
O State of Matter- the physical forms in which
a substance exists.
O There are 3 states of matter.
...
A. Solids
O Solid- the state of matter that has a definite
shape & volume.
O A solids shape and volume stay the same.
Solids (cont.)
O Particles are very close together.
O They have a strong attraction for each other.
O The particles vibrat...
Examples of Solids
O Wood
O Humans
O Computers
O Marbles
O Weights
B. Liquids
O Liquid- the state of matter that has a
definite volume, but takes on the shape of
its container.
O Particles ...
Liquids (cont.)
O Ex: if you have a glass of milk how can you
change the shape? How can you change
the milks volume?
O All...
Liquids (cont.)
O Different liquids have different ST.
O Ex: gasoline, has low ST and forms flat
drops.
O All liquids have...
1. Viscosity
O Viscosity- a liquids resistance to flow
Low viscosity High viscosity
Examples of Liquids
O Water
O Apple juice
O Soda
O Kool-aid
O Milk
C. Gases
O Gas- the state of matter that has no shape
or volume.
O One small helium tank can fill almost 700
balloons.
O H...
Gases (cont.)
O Particles in a gas move quickly, so they can
break away from their attraction for other
particles.
O The a...
Example
Helium tank
Helium balloon
A helium tank holds more gas particles and they are closer
together, but in a balloon t...
Examples of Gases
O Carbon Dioxide
O Oxygen
O Water Vapor
O Hydrogen
O Helium
Examples
O These are the particles of each of the states
of matter below.
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  1. 1. The 3 states of matter 8th grade Made by: Lance Bengochea
  2. 2. The 3 States of Matter O State of Matter- the physical forms in which a substance exists. O There are 3 states of matter. O Solids O Liquids O Gases
  3. 3. A. Solids O Solid- the state of matter that has a definite shape & volume. O A solids shape and volume stay the same.
  4. 4. Solids (cont.) O Particles are very close together. O They have a strong attraction for each other. O The particles vibrate.
  5. 5. Examples of Solids O Wood O Humans O Computers O Marbles O Weights
  6. 6. B. Liquids O Liquid- the state of matter that has a definite volume, but takes on the shape of its container. O Particles move fast enough to overcome the attraction between some of the particles. O Particles slide past each other. O Liquids easily change shape. O Liquids don’t easily change volume.
  7. 7. Liquids (cont.) O Ex: if you have a glass of milk how can you change the shape? How can you change the milks volume? O All liquids have surface tension. O Surface tension- a force that holds the particles together. O Surface tension (ST) causes some liquids to form spherical drops.
  8. 8. Liquids (cont.) O Different liquids have different ST. O Ex: gasoline, has low ST and forms flat drops. O All liquids have viscosity.
  9. 9. 1. Viscosity O Viscosity- a liquids resistance to flow Low viscosity High viscosity
  10. 10. Examples of Liquids O Water O Apple juice O Soda O Kool-aid O Milk
  11. 11. C. Gases O Gas- the state of matter that has no shape or volume. O One small helium tank can fill almost 700 balloons. O How is this possible? O The tank is under pressure.
  12. 12. Gases (cont.) O Particles in a gas move quickly, so they can break away from their attraction for other particles. O The amount of empty space between gas particles can change.
  13. 13. Example Helium tank Helium balloon A helium tank holds more gas particles and they are closer together, but in a balloon they are much farther apart and they have much more room to move around
  14. 14. Examples of Gases O Carbon Dioxide O Oxygen O Water Vapor O Hydrogen O Helium
  15. 15. Examples O These are the particles of each of the states of matter below.

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