Thursday, 1 December 2016

State Of Matter

States of matter
Give three examples of each state of matter?


What’s the difference between the three states of matter?
  • Solids can’t be poured like liquid could.
  • (solid)Ice can be melt into water(liquid)
  • Liquids can change into gas by using  a kettle to boil hot water. Then you can see stream which is gas.
  • Gas has less space left by atoms so that's why it spreads out more than solid and liquid.

Write 3 sentences explaining something new you learned from this reading.
  • Molecule in a solid, can barely move because all atoms are linked as close.

  • 3 states of matter can change into a different state of matter like (liquid) water changes into (gas)steam

  • (liquid)Water cycle - When a cloud is heavy it lets the water go known as the “rain”. The rain goes down to the ocean and the sun slowly sucks up the water(steam) and slowly make a cloud.

  • Something new I just learnt is that there are 5 states of matter. Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma, Be condensates.     

  • Sometimes solids can turn directly into a gas through a process called sublimation.

Word meaning:

What is matter -Matter exists in 3 states, Solid, Liquid, and Gas . Matter is everything, it can be hard, soft, any colour, or even invisible (air). Matter also takes up space or has mass. The molecules in solid can barely move.
3 states of matter
  • Solid - Solid is one of the 3 states of matter. Solid takes up space and never leaves space.  Ex; wood, tablet, rocks, cool ice, iron. Anything hard. It’s molecule are linked together and are usually packed very close.
  • Liquid -

Other words and meanings:
Molecules - A group of atoms combined together representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that take part in a chemical reaction

Atoms - The smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.

Plasma - Colourless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells and in which for example plasma make stars and sun, lightening, the solar winds and more.

Matter - Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass which is weight.

Humid - Humid is when their is high level of water in the atmosphere.

Condensation - Condensation means when water collects droplets on a cold surface when humid air is in contact with it.

Sublimation - Sublimation is when anything solid turns into a gas without first becoming liquid, When the surface layer of snow or ice turns into fog or steam without melting.

Evaporation - The act of turning from a liquid to gas.

What is water made out of? H2O (Hydrogen 2 Oxygen) Water is made out of Hydrogen where there is only 2 atoms where in Oxygen only has 1 atom

Particles - A minute portion of matter

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