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for matter test!!!

solids have definite shape and volume
has definite volume liquids
what property is shared by all three states of matter takes up space
gases particles move far apart and spread out through avalible space
how do you figure out the volume of irregular solids? water displacement in a graduated cylinder
what two states of matter uses a graduated syringe? gases and liquids
anything that takes up space is.... matter
how does matter change? heat, freezing, cutting, bending
how do you figure out the irregular soilid by placing it in the water of the graduated cylinders and taking what it was a second a go and take what it is now and subtract them what you het is your answer is put cm3 after it
what state of matter is packed real tight together solid
shapes change according to container liquids
particles are very close solids
particles vibrate but stay in the same place solids
takes shape and volume of container filling all space avalible gas
a graduated cylinder is used for this to measure the volume liquid
particles move apart and flow from place to place liquid
volume measured with graduated cylinders and the water displacement method solids
no definite shape gas
has definite volume liquid
volume measured with a ruler and uses formula lengnth times width times heighth solids
no definite volume gas
particles realitvily close liquids
Created by: skate1998