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GCSE chemestry

States of Matter and Separating Techniques

How are particles arranged in solids? Tightly packed, usually in a regular pattern.
How are particles ranged in liquids? Close together with no regular arrangement.
How are particles arranged in gases? Separated with no regular arrangement.
how do particles move in solids? They vibrate but generally do not move from place to place.
How do particles move in liquids? They vibrate, move about and slide past each other.
How do particles move in gases? They Vibrate and move freely at high speeds.
In which state of matter do the particles have the most energy? Gas
What is the name of the change when a liquid becomes a solid? Freezing
What is sublimation? When a solid turns into a gas
What eventually happens to a gas if its pressure is increased? It condenses
What is a pure substance? A pure substance has only one component.
What is a mixture? A mixture has variable combinations
Define the term Mobile-phase Define the term Mobile-phase
During filtration a liquid passes through the filter paper. What is this called? Filtrate
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