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What is the average household of rubbish that is produced in the UK? It is estimated that an average household in the UK produces up to 24 kilograms of rubbish each week.
What is the volume of an object measured in? It is measured in cubic centimeters (cm3)
Why do we store gas in tightly sealed containers? We seal them in tightly sealed containers because the gas flows very easily, and can spread out to fill the space of the object they are in.
Do liquids change volumes? Liquids don't change volume, as they cannot be squashed.
Name the three states of matter? Liquids, gases and solids.
Why are gases stored away from other areas? As they may still contain flammable gases.
Why can solid waste be left in piles in a landfill? Solids aren't like liquids, solids do not flow so they wouldn't be in numerous places.
What is a brick in the state of matter? A brick is a solid it does not flow and cannot be squashed.
Why is it easy to pump out liquids into the tanker? It is easy because liquids flow making it easier to transport them in a tanker.
Why do we store gas in a cylinder? It is because gas does not have a fixed volume, you can squash lots of gas into a small cylinder.
Is gas dense? gases are not very dense. They are all less dense than liquids.
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