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Changing states of matter

by WRIGHT, Jonny

Pages 2 and 3 of 17

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States of Matter
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A solid is matter that has definite size and shape.
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A liquid is matters that takes the shape of any container.
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Gas is matter that has no definite shape. Gases take on the shape of whatever container they are in.
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States of water
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Water is a great example of the three states of matter. At room temperature, it is a liquid. When it’s frozen it becomes a solid in the form of ice. When it’s heated to boiling point it turns to gas in the form of steam.
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Task 1:
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List some every day objects. Identify if they are a solid, liquid or gas.
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