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how do you classify materials as solids, liquids, or gasses? whether their shapes and volumes are definate or variable.
solid the state of matter that has both definate shape and volume.
liquid the state of matter that has a definate volume but no definate shape.
how do you classify materials as solids, liquids, or gasses? whether their shapes and volumes are definate or variable.
how do you classify materials as solids, liquids, or gasses? whether their shapes and volumes are definate or variable.
gas the state of matter that has neither a definate shape or volume.
solid the state of matter that has both definate shape and volume.
kinetic energy the energy an object has due to it's motion.
solid the state of matter that has both definate shape and volume.
liquid the state of matter that has a definate volume but no definate shape.
liquid the state of matter that has a definate volume but no definate shape.
solid the state of matter that has both definate shape and volume.
what does the kinetic theory of gas state? the constant motion in gas allows the particals of gas to fill a container of any shape or size.
gas the state of matter that has neither a definate shape or volume.
kinetic energy the energy an object has due to it's motion.
kinetic energy the energy an object has due to it's motion.
what does the kinetic theory of matter state? all particals of matter are in constant motion.
what does the kinetic theory of matter state? all particals of matter are in constant motion.
why doesn't one partical in gas affect the other particals in the gas? there are forces of atraction among all the particals in matter.
why doesn't one partical in gas affect the other particals in the gas? there are forces of atraction among all the particals in matter.
what does the kinetic theory of gas state? the constant motion in gas allows the particals of gas to fill a container of any shape or size.
what does the kinetic theory of gas state? the constant motion in gas allows the particals of gas to fill a container of any shape or size.
what are the three main points of the kinetic theory of gas? *particals of gas are in constant, random motion. *the motion of one partical is unaffected by the motion of other particals unless they collide. *forces of attraction among particals of ag
what are the three main points of the kinetic theory of gas? *particals of gas are in constant, random motion. *the motion of one partical is unaffected by the motion of other particals unless they collide. *forces of attraction among particals of ag
kinetic energy the energy an object has due to it's motion.
what does the kinetic theory of matter state? all particals of matter are in constant motion.
why doesn't one partical in gas affect the other particals in the gas? there are forces of atraction among all the particals in matter.
what does the kinetic theory of gas state? the constant motion in gas allows the particals of gas to fill a container of any shape or size.
what are the three main points of the kinetic theory of gas? *particals of gas are in constant, random motion. *the motion of one partical is unaffected by the motion of other particals unless they collide. *forces of attraction among particals of ag
what is the general behavior of liquids? a liquid takes the shape of its container because particals in a liquid can flow to new locations. the volume of a liquid is constant because forces of attraction keep the particals close together.
why do solids have a definate volume and shape? particals in a solid vibrate around in fixed locations.
pressure the result of a force distributed over an area.
what causes pressure in a closed container of gas? collisions of the particals of the gas and the walls of the container.
what are factors that affect the pressure of an enclosed gas? temperature, volume, and number of particles.
how does raising the temperature of a gas affect it? by incrreasing it's pressure if the volume of gas and the number of particles are constant.
what happens if you reduce the volume of a gas? it increases it's pressure if the temprature of gass and the number of particals is constant.
what happens if you increase the number of particles? it's pressure increases if the temperature and volume are consant.
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