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KS3 slg

KS3 solids liquids and gases

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This is caused by gas particles colliding with the sides of a container. Pressure
Everything is made of these Particles
The state of matter with a fixed shape. Solid
Water is in this state Liquid
Particles in this state can move anywhere Gas
These means the particles are forced closer together Compressed
Gases and liquids take the shape of this Container
Solids cannot do this Flow
This describe the arrangement of particles in a solid Regular pattern
This describe the arrangement of particles in a gas Random
This is the only movement particles in a solid can do Vibrate
How close particles in a liquid are Touching
These states cannot be compressessed Solid and liquid
These states can flow Liquid and gas
Gas particles have more of this than particles in a solid Energy
The position of particles in a solid Fixed
An example of a liquid Water
Materials which are low density will do this Float
Liquids turn to solids when they do this Freeze
The movement of particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration Diffusion
This means a liquid turning into a gas without need to heat it up Evaporating
All states do this when they are heated Expand
When there is little energy and the particles move closer together Contract
How much space something takes up Volume
How much of something there is Mass
Created by: UrsulineChem