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Sates of Matter

Evaporation The change that happens when going from a liquid to a gas
Condensation The change that happens when a gas is going back to a liquid
Melting (change of state) Solid to liquid
Freezing (change of state) Liquid to solid
Melting When water goes from solid to liquid
Freezing When water goes from liquid to soild
Solid The first state of matter
Gas Can not see it, but sometimes can feel it. The 3rd state of matter
Liquid 2nd state of matter
Evaporating (change of state) liquid to gas
Condensing (change of state) Gas to liquid
Melting (particle speed) Increase
Freezing (particle speed) Decrease
Evaporating (particle speed) Increase
Condensing (particle speed) Decrease
Particle Motion for Freezing Decrease
Particle Motion for Melting Increase
Particle Motion for Condensing Decrease
Particle Motion for Evaporating Increase
Space between particles for Gas Very spread out, no force of attraction
Space between particles for Solid Very close together, strong force of attraction
Space between particles for Liquid Medium space together, medium force of attraction
Created by: 3zimm