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States of Matter 1-2

matter with no definite volume and no definite shape gas
matter with no definite shape, but a definite volume liquid
matter with a definite volume and shape solid
the uneven forces acting on the particles on a liquid's surface surface tension
the gas state of a substance that is a solid or a liquid at room temperature vapor
a measurement of a liquid's resistance to flow viscosity
anything that takes up space and has a mass matter
high- energy matter consisting of positively and negatively charged particles gas
the amount of matter in an object mass
the amount of space that a sample of matter occupies volume
mass per unit volume density
ways in which atoms, ions, or molecules move straight lines
movement in all directions and at different speeds random motion
the way freely- moving particles move solid
the positively charged parts of an atom particle forces
the negatively charged parts of an atom protons
oppositely charged particles attracted to each other plasma
the particle speed is slowest and the attractive forces between particles is strongest electrons
the particle speed is slower than in a gas and faster than in a solid liquid
the particle speed is the fastest and the attractive forces between particles is the weakest particle motion
diamonds, charcoal, and skateboards are examples of what solids
honey, waterfalls, and water are examples of what liquids
oxygen, argon, and carbon dioxide are examples of what gas
long chains, honey, and warm water are examples of what plasma
rubbing alcohol, iodine, and mercury are examples of what vapor
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