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Solids, liquids,gas

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How do you know whether something is a solid? You know if something is a solid because they will be touching and organised and they can't be compressed together because the space between the particles are non existing some examples are walls, ice, wood, silver and gold.
How do you know if something is a liquid? They will be touching and random and example of a liquid is blood petrol in soil and h2o. Liquids can be compressed a bit but the space between a particle the smallest with a liquid can't move that much.
How do you know if something is a gas or not? They wouldn't be touching and they would be random and can be compressed a lot because the space between the particles as so big that they can be compressed and move freely some examples of gas are oxygen, helium, steam, carbon dioxide and nitrogen.
What happens if you heat up a solid? It turns into a liquid.
What happens to a liquid if you heat it up? It turns into a gas.
Created by: annabelrashleigh