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Ms. D- Lesson 6

Changes of State

Freezing The state in which a liquid becomes a solid
boiling rapid changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor
condensation change of state from a gas to a liquid. The reverse of evaporation.
conserved energy is not lost or gained. Energy is never created or destroyed.
constantly always, without stopping.
contrail short word for condensation trail (what you see behind jets and airplanes in the sky.
converted changed
decrease getting weaker or lower, coming down
deposition the change in state from a gas directly to a solid.
evaporation When liquid changes state from a liquid to a gas.
freezing the state in which a liquid becomes a solid
gain to add something
increase getting stronger or higher, going up.
less movement (freedom) energy decreases
melting the change of state from a solid to a liquid
More movement (freedom) energy increases
sublimation the change from a solid state directly to a gas
Created by: mproell