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chapter 3.0000

what is a liquid the state of matter in which materials has a define volume indefinite volume
what is a solid the state in which have definite shape and volume
what is a gas material has neither a definite shape and volume
what is kinetic energy the energy an object has due to its motion
what is phase change is the reversable physicl change that occurs when a substence changes from one state to another
what is endothermic the system absorbs energy from its surroundings
what is heat of fusion the amount of energy for something to melt
what is exothermic the sytem release energy to its surroundings
what is vaporization when a substence changes from liquid to gas
what is heat of vaporization how much energy it takes to vaporize water
what is evaporation is the process changes a liquid from liquid to gas with tempatures below boiling point
what is vapor pressure the vapor thats on the sides of a container
sublimation substence changes from solid to gas
deposition substance changes to gas to solid
what is condensation substance changes from liquid to gas
Created by: cbarengo