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states of matter gas solid and liquid
kinetic particle theory all matter is made up of tiny particles and are in constant random motion
kenetic energy particles of matter in constant motion
melting point temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid
melting solid to a liquid
freezing liquid to a solid
heating curve shows how the temperature of a solid changes as it is heated
freezing poiint point at which liquid becomes a solid
cooling curve shows how temp. of a liquid changes as it freezes
boiling from a liquid to a gas
boiling point temp. at which liquid boils to become a gas
evaporation particles esape as a gas from the surface of a liquid
volatile liquid liquids that evaporate at room tmp.
condensation when gas is cooled it changes into a liquid
sblimation change into a gas with out going though liquid state
diffusion the process by which particles move freely to fill up any available space. the movement of particles from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration
molecular mass mass of gas particles
Created by: baileybieber