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Phases of Matter

solids, liquids, gases

Phase changes occur due to changes in thermal energy
change from gas to solid deposition
change from solid to gas sublimation
change from gas to liquid condensation
change from liquid to gas evaporation
change from solid to liquid melting
change from liquid to solid freezing
the movement of particles in a solid vibrate
the movement of particles in a liquid flow
the movement of particles in a gas collide, bounce off each other
the particles of a solid are arranged close together
the particles of a liquid are arranged spread out
the particles of a gas are very spread out
this type of matter has a definite shape and volume solid
this type of matter has no definite shape or volume gas
this type of matter has no definite shape, but does have a definite volume liquid
Created by: sjordan529