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Matter and Meas.

Matter and Measurement Quiz

TermDefinition
In a SOLID the particles vibrate back and forth
In a LIQUID the particles glide past one another
In a GAS the particles move freely to all parts of the container
FREEZING change from a liquid to a solid state
MELTING change from a solid to a liquid
EVAPORATION change from a liquid to a gas
SOLID definite shape, definite volume
LIQUID NO definite shape, definite volume
GAS NO definite shape, NO definite volume
CONDENSATION change from a gas to a liquid
SUBLIMATION change from a solid to a gas
DEPOSITION change from gas to a solid
2 THINGS THAT CAN INCREASE THE RATE OF EVAPORATION surface area and temperature
TRANSPIRATION water evaporates from leaves of plants
PRECIPITAION water falls from the atmosphere as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
SURFACE RUNOFF water that flows in streams, rivers, canals
SUBSURFACE RUNOFF water that flows in underground sewers, drains or streams
GROUND WATER water that is stored underground
INFILTRATION water seeps into the ground to then be stored as groundwater
ACCUMULATION water builds up in one location, such as lakes, ponds, oceans, and reservoirs
WATER CYCLE endless cycle where water is constantly moving throughout earth and the atmosphere
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