S: States of Matter
BC: By: Landry Frost TEFB 413-503
FC: States of Matter Solid, Liquid, and Gas
1: Solids Particles are packed together and do not move freely. Also, a solid has a certain shape.
2: Examples of Solids
3: Liquids Particles are loosely together and do move freely. A liquid assumes the shape of its container.
4: Examples of Liquids
5: Gases Particles are very loosely together and move extremely freely. A gas also assumes the shape of its container.
6: Examples of Gases
7: Name that state of matter