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all about matter and atoms

How will air expand to fill the space available? Air is everywhere you cannot see it or feel it because its H2o.
How can matter exist? Tell in three ways? Matter exist everywhere, it exist in: Solid Liquid Gas
What is the Sun made out of? Sun is made out of liquid. gas, and a bit of soild. And in that liquid, solid, and gas there are particels called ATOMS.
Does Atoms exist everywhere? why? Yes. they do because in every partical or better yet everything is made out of Atoms.
What are some examples of Atoms... Some examples are.... We are made out of Atoms ourselves.
What do Atoms have in them? There are Protons, Neutrons, and last but not least Electrons.
Where do we find Matter? We can't see matter, but we do know that it exist everywhere and all around in the Universe.
What does Electrons have in it? Electrons are a negativity elementary electric charge.
What are Portons? Protons are a postive charge in an Atom
What are Neutrons? Neutrons are a negative charge in an Atom
Created by: roxybieber99