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Matter- anything that takes up space
saftey of chemicals if you get some in your eye(s), go to the eye wash sink and wash for 15 to 20 minutes
element most basic substance; cannot be broken down into any other substance
Kinetic Theory of Matter All Particles of matter are in constant motion
solid has definite shape and volume particles vibrate in place, closely packed arrangment
liquid has definite volume but no shape, particles move freely,
crystalline solid particles from a regular, repeating pattern-melts when heated
amorphous solid particles are not arranged in a specific pattern- does not melt but may become softer or change when heated
surface tension attractions of molecules at the liquids surface creating an inward pull.
viscosity resistance to flowing by a liquid
gas no definite shape or volume, particles are fluid, as they move they fill available space.
melting point point at which a solid transforms to liquid; usually the same as the freezing point
freezing point point at which a liquid transforms to a solid- usually the same as the melting point
Created by: rivo