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Solids, Liquids, and Gases

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S: Solids, Liquids, and Gases

BC: Made by Ms. Tanya 5th Grade Science The Crenshaw School 2012

FC: Solids, Liquids, and Gasess

1: The cover page shows magma from a volcano. A volcano shows all three types of matter. The solid is the molten rock, the liquid is the magma, and the gas is the vapor that escapes directly from the volcano.

3: First, we have a solid. A solid's particles are packed tightly. They vibrate a small amount. It has a definite shape and volume.

5: A liquid's particles are farther spaced out than a solid and move freely. A liquid conforms to the shape of its container.

7: A gas's particles move freely and the farthest apart. A gas takes the volume and shape of its container.

8: There is another type of matter thatnot many people talk about. It is called plasma. Plasma is usually found in space. It does not have a definite shape or volume. Neon signs would be another example.

11: Temperature is the reason that water changes and can occur in three of the states of matter.

12: Resources | 1. Water: 2. Ice: 3. Steam: 4. Plasma: 5. Thermometer: 6. Solid: 7. Liquid:

13: 8. Gas (geyser): 9. Volcano: 10. Volcano 2: 11. Sun:

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