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DoctorWho10's Ch3

The 4 States of Matter

Solids have a definate shape and volume.
Liquids have a definate volume but not shape.
Gases have no definate shape or volume.
Surface Tension force on liquid surface
Viscosity resistence of gas and liquid flow
Temperature how hot or cold something is
Volume how much space an object takes up
Pressure the amount of force on something
Boyle's Law For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, P [pressure] and V [volume] are inversely proportional (while one doubles, the other halves).
Charles's Law At constant pressure, the volume of a given mass of an ideal gas increases or decreases by the same factor as its temperature on the absolute temperature scale (i.e. the gas expands as the temperature increases).
Condensation Gas to liquid
Boiling when a liquid is bubbly due to heat
Changes of State 1 phys. state to another
Sublimeation Solid to gas
Evaporation Liquid to gas
Melting Solid to liquid
Created by: DoctorWho10