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Phase Changes

vertical distance, or elevation, above sea level. Altitude
change from a liquid to a gas Boil
the temperature at which boiling occurs Boiling Point
Change from a liquid to a solid Freeze
The temperature at which freezing occurs. Freezing Point
A phase in which matter has no definite shape or volume Gas
will expand to fill any container; can be compressed; molecules relatively far apart and move freely. Gas Properties
water in the gas phase. Water Vapor
a phase in which matter has definite volume but no definite shape. Liquid
Will take the shape of a container, but cannot expand, or be compressed; molecules in a liquid move randomly but stay close to one another Liquid Properties
Change from a solid to a liquid Melt
The temperature at which melting occurs. Melting point
a state of matter with certain physical properities Phase
a phase in which matter has a definite shape and a definite volume Solid
will retain the same shape and volume in any container; atoms are held in a rigid structure and can not move freely Solid Properties
Water in the solid phase. Ice
Energy in the form of heat. Thermal Energy
Rapid change from liquid to a gas. Vaporization
change from a gas to a liquid Condensation
change from a solid to a gas Sublimation
slow change from a liquid to a gas Evaporation
change from a gas to a solid Deposition
Created by: Smudge14