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Science T2

Compare Plasma and Gas 1) No fixed volume/shape 2) Resembles gas (looks identical)
Contrast Plasma and Gas 1) Plasma can be magnetic or conduct electricity 3) Gas cannot
Kinetic Energy Solid, Liquid, and Gas Solid - Low; Liquid - Medium; Gas - High
Boyle's Law + Bubbles: Closer to surface = pressure decreases = less pressure = more volume = bigger bubbles
Pressure: Amount of force pushing on a given area
Air pressure at sea level: 14.78 lb/in (squared)
Evaporation: Liquid to gas (puddles)
Vaporization: Solid or liquid into a gas (boiling water)
Endothermic: Matter absorbs energy = colder
Exothermic: Matter releases energy = hotter
Sublimation: Solid to Gas (Frost)
Deposition: Gas to Liquid (Dry Ice)
Surface Tension: Pulls particle at the surface towards other liquid particles.
Cohesion: Attach to same; Water to Water
Adhesion: Attach to different; Water to Glass
Viscosity: Liquid's restistance
Charles Law: Constant Pressure + Increase Temperature = Increasing Volume
Amonton's Law Constant Volume + Increase temperature = Increasing Pressure
Boyle's Law: Constant Temperature + Increase Volume = Decreasing Pressure
Created by: 16esmith