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Apol Chem Physic L2

Apologia Exploring Creation with Chemistry & Physics Lesson 2

freezing point the temperature that makes a liquid turn into a solid
melting point the temperature that makes a solid turn into a liquid
liquids substances that are free to flow, with no particular shape
amorphous solid a solid without a shape
non-Newtonian liquid liquid that does not behave like other liquids
surface tension molecules on the surface of water sticking together forming an invisible skin
viscosity the thickness or resistance to flow in a fluid
boiling heated atoms, moving with energy
steam vapor
boiling point the temperature that changes something from a liquid to a gas
gas a state of matter with particles that do not have a specific volume or shape; the particles take on the volume and shape of the container
condensation point when a gas becomes a liquid
Created by: Cheryl McDonald Cheryl McDonald