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Solids,Liquids and Gases

What are the states of matter? Solids,Liquids and Gases.
What are the properties of a solid? They do not flow. They keep their shape. They are often dense.
What are the properties of a liquid? They can flow. They take the shape of the container.
What are the properties of a gas? It spreads around the room. It moves to a place with low concentration of it. They aren't very dense.
Sand is a _____. Liquid.
If a sealed container with___ in it is exposed to ___ it will ______. Gas,Heat and Explode.
Solid _____ can be pushed. Particles.
Can a solid change it's shape? Not easily.
Do gases flow? Yes.
Can gases be shaped? No.
The spreading of particles is called ____. Diffusion.
Give 2 examples of diffusion. Tea and smell.
The cracks in landfills are caused by___. Gas.
______ if known as pressure. Pushing.
What is air pressure? It is air particles around us putting pressure on us.
Created by: sdavant