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Science Vocab 4

TermDefinition
Solid has a definite shape and volume
Fluid meaning a substance that flows
Crystalline Solid a solid that has a definite shape and volume and has a specific melting point
Surface Tension an inward force, or pull, among molecules in a liquid that brings them closer together
Amorphous Solid a solid that has no definite shape or volume and no specific melting point
Viscosity a liquids resistance to flowing
Gas particles with no definite shape that move to fill any container they are in
Liquid as a definite volume but no shape of its own
Pressure the force of the outward push divided by the area of the walls of its container
Melting the change in state from a solid to a liquid
Melting Point when pure crystalline solids melt at a specific temp.
Freezing when a liquid turns into a solid
Vaporization when a liquid turns into a gas
Evaporation vaporization that only takes place on the surface of a liquid
Boiling vaporization that takes place below and on the surface of a liquid
Boiling Point the temp at when a liquid boils
Condensation when a gas turns into a liquid
Sublimation when a solid turns into a gas without turning into a liquid first
Charles's Law when the temperature of a gas at a constant pressure increases its volume increases. when the temperature of a gas at a constant pressure decreases its volume decreases
Directly Proportional when the variables form a line the passes straight through a graphs origin(0,0)
Boyle's Law when the pressure of a gas at a constant temperature is increased the its volume decreases. when the pressure decreases then its volume increases.
Inversely Proportional when the product of two variables is constant
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