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S1 States of Matter

States of Matter

QuestionAnswer
How many states of matter are there? three
Name the state of matter that can't flow, can't change shape or it's volume solid
What am I? I can flow and pour, change my shape, but not my volume liquid
Name the state of matter that can change its volume gas
What am I? I am a liquid when stirred slowly and a solid when punched non-Newtonian fluid
What is the opposite of expansion? contraction
What term is used to describe snow changing to a puddle of water melting
Water boils at 100 C, what term describes boiling? evaporation
After a hot shower, steam is visible on a bathroom window, what term describes this process? condensing
What term describes icicles forming under a window ledge? freezing
Created by: rhubarb