science study giude

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science study giude
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science all about states of matter
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  1. what is a solid
    a form that  has a definite shape and volume
  2. what is a liquid
    is a form of matter that has a definite volume but no shape of its own
  3. what is a gas
    a form of matter without a definite shape or volume
  4. what word is this definition match to.
    The results of and inward pull among the molecules of a liquid that brings surface molecules closer together
    surface tensions
  5. the resistance of liquid to flowing
    viscosity
  6. fluid
    is something that flows
  7. amorphous solid is
    is a solid in which the particles are arranged in a regular, repeating pattern
  8. crystalline solid is
    a solid in which the particles are not arranged in a regular  pattern
  9. vaporization
    is when clouds form from vapor in the sky
  10. evaporation
    liquid water changes into water vapor
  11. boiling
    when a pot on a stove reaches to the boiling piont
  12. condensation
    a puddle dries up after a rain shower
  13. the temperature at which a liquid boils is called
    boiling piont
  14. the change in state  from a gas to liquid is called
    melting
  15. the change in state from a liquid to a gas is called
    melting piont
  16. gas bubbles forming throughout the liquid during a change in state is called
    boiling
  17. liquid  changing to gas only at the surface is called
    boiling point
  18. the change in state from solid to liquid is called
    freezing
  19. the change in state from a liquid to solid is called
    evaporation
  20. in most pure substances, melting occurs at specific temperature, called
    sublimation
  21. in    particles pass directly from solid to gas
    condenstion

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