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MATTER (WES)

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Anything that has mass and takes up space matter
the state of matter with a no definite shape, but a definite volume liquid
the state of matter found in lightning plasma
which two states of matter take the shape of their container liquid and gas
what is it called when a liquid becomes a solid freezing
what is it called when a liquid becomes a gas (with high heat) boiling
what is it called when a liquid becomes a gas without high heat evaporation
what is it called when a solid becomes a liquid melting
what is it called when a gas becomes a liquid condensation
what are the building blocks of matter atoms
what part of the atom has a positive (+) charge proton
what part of the atom has a negative (-) charge electron
what part of the atom has a neutral (0) charge neutron
where do you find the protons and neutrons nucleus
what do you find spinning around the nucleus electrons
what is H20 water
what is C02 carbon dioxide
which state of matter has the least energy solid
which state of matter can you compress (squeeze into smaller spaces) gas
what increases when you compress a gas pressure
you can change the state of matter by adding or taking away: heat
Created by: PRO Teacher lit123