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Environmental Science (EVS) : Material (Class II)


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Sates of Matter
Common Natural Material
Sand & Mud

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Environmental Science (EVS) : Material (Class II)

  1. 1. EVS: Materials Class II
  2. 2. Materials Common Natural Materials States of Matter Solid Liquid Gas
  3. 3. Solids have a fixed shape. They take up a fixed amount of space. Book Wood Computer
  4. 4. Some more examples are: Watch Chalk Pencil
  5. 5. Liquids do not have a fixed shape. They take the shape of the vessel in which they are put. Water Oil Milk
  6. 6. Some more examples are: Juice Paint Honey
  7. 7. Gas do not have a fixed shape. They take up all the space that is given to them. Smoke Scented Candles Smoke Smoke From Factory
  8. 8. Ice, Water and Steam are three forms of water or states of water. Ice - Solid Water - Liquid Steam - Gas
  9. 9. Butter can also be in solid or liquid form Butter - Solid Butter - Liquid
  10. 10. Sand is found near the seashore and in the desert. It does not bind together easily. It can be used to make castles. Sand - Seashore Sand Dune - Desert Sand Castle
  11. 11. We get mud from soil. It mixes well with water. It is used to make Pots, bricks, utensils, etc. Mud Pottery Bricks
  12. 12. Glossary: Bind: To hold Together. Castle : A large strong building or a palace. Definite: Fixed Material: The substance out of which a thing is made. Matter: Anything that takes space and has weight. Mud: Wet and soft earth Sand: Loose grains of rocks found in deserts and on beaches. Utensils: Containers for food and water, used in the kitchen
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