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SolidsLiquids&Gases

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amorphous solid a solid with particles that are not arranged in a regular pattern
crystalline solid a solid that when heated, it melts at a distinct temperature
surface tension close surface moelcules
viscosity how well a liquid flows (resistance to flow)
compressed pressed together
liquid a definite shape and volume
Ice melts as... thermal energy increases
water freezes thermal energy decreases
atmospheric pressure affects how easily a liquid changes to a gas
greater atmospheric pressure higher temperature to boil
sublimation when a solid changes directly to a gas
colder temperature decrease in air pressure of a ball
Charles's law directly proportional - pressure stays the same and temp and volume increase or decrease
Boye's law inversely proportional - temperature stays the same and volume and pressure are opposites
Created by: AKaplan