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States of matter - K

States of matter

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DFINITE SHAPE SOLID
DEFINITE VOLUME SOLID
MOLECULES ARE TIGHTLY PACKED SOLID
MOLECULES HAVE LOW KINETIC ENERGY SOLID
MOLECULES VIBRATE IN PLACE SOLID
DIFFICULT TO COMPRESS SOLID
PARTICLES OF SOLID WITHOUT SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT AMORPHOUS SOLID
SOLID WITH ORDERLY ARRANGEMENT OF PARTICLES CRYSTALLINE SOLID
SHAPE OF THE CONTAINER, DEFINITE VOLUME LIQUID
DEFINITE VOLUME, BUT NOT DEFINITE SHAPE LIQUID
MOLECULES ARE CLOSE TOGETHER LIQUID
MOLECULES HAVE MODERATE KINETIC ENERGY LIQUID
MOLECULES SLIP & SLIDE AROUND EACH OTHER LIQUID
NOT EASILY COMPRESSIBLE LIQUID
VISCOUS DESCRIBES A LIQUIDS ABILITY TO FLOW
EXAMPLE OF VISCOUS LIQUID HONEY, CORN SYRUP
INDEFINITE SHAPE, INDEFINITE VOLUME GAS
INDEFINITE VOLUME GAS
MOLECULES ARE FAR APART GAS
MOLECULES HAVE HIGH KINETIC ENERGY GAS
MOLECULES MOVE FREELY GAS
EASILY COMPRESSIBLE GAS
EXAMPLE OF CRYSTALLINE SOLID SALT, SUGAR
EXAMPLE OF AMOURPHOUS SOLID GLASS
EXPAND TO FILL THE CONTAINER THEY ARE IN GAS
AT A CONSTANT TEMPERATURE, THE VOLUME OF AIR IS INVERSELY RELATED TO THE PRESSURE BOYLE'S LAW
AT A CONSTANT PRESSURE, THE VOLUME OF AIR IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO THE TEMPERATURE CHARLES LAW
Created by: mlopez
 

 



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