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solids/liquids and g

solids liquids and gases

matter is anything.... which occupies space and has mass
mass is the ... amount of matter in anything
mass is measured in ... grams
solids have a definite shape and volume
solids and liquids cannot be compressed
solids cannot flow
liquids and gases can flow
liquids and gases have no definite shape
gases can be compressed
gas particles are free to move in all directions
volume is the .. amount of space something takes up
another name for a particle is ... an atom or a molecule
when a solid changes to a liquid this is called. melting
when a liquid changes to steam this is called.. boiling
when steam changes to water this is called condensing
when water changes to ice this is called.. freezing
if a liquid changes to a gas slowly this is called.. evaporating
diffusion is the movement of particles from an area of.. high concentration to an area of low concentration
Created by: PDervin