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Ch3 States of matter

TermDefinition
Fluid Anything that can change shape, any non solid EX: Gases and liquids
Plasma A stat of matter with moving with electrons, electrified gas EX: Stars, lightning,neon lights
Energy How you can move or change something, all atoms are moving EX: Gases=has the most, Solids=have the least
Temperature Measuring the average kinetic energy EX: the AVERAGE
Thermal Energy The total kinetic energy EX: Boiling water=the bigger pot has more
Evaporation A change in state, from a liquid to a gas EX: 100C or 212F= water evaporation
Sublimation A solid to a gas, skips the liquid state EX: Dry Ice
Condensation To change from a gas to a liquid EX: Clouds/ fog
Pressure Amount of force on an area EX: Pressure= Force/area
Pascal Unit used for pressure EX: 1pa=1n/1m^2
Buoyant Force The ability to float EX: Bouts and Balloons
Viscosity How thick a liquid is EX: Honey= very Viscous
Created by: Tcobb