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Module 2 Lesson 1

Module 2 Lesson 1 Science

Water freezes 0 degrees Celsius
Water boils 100 degrees Celsius
This is needed to change matter to another state. energy
How many states of matter? three states of mater
Adding heat (energy to a solid, liquid or gas causes particles to speed up
Removing heat energy from a solid, liquid of gas causes particles to slow down
The slow changing of liquid into a gas below the boiling point evaporation
The changing of a gas into a liquid as heat is removed condensation
a change in matter in size, shape or state that does not change the type of matter physical change
the temperature at which a substance changes state from a solid into a liquid melting point
what happens to the particles as water reaches its boiling point? the particles in the water are moving faster and faster. The movement of the particles continues to increase as it changes from liquid water to a gas as water vapor.
example of evaporation puddle on sidewalk
example of condensation frost in freezer
least dense state of matter gas
most dense state of matter solid
Created by: jkimball