States Of Matter

By:Reilly Weakley

Solids

A Solid is the state of matter which have a definite shape and a definite volume.


  1. Although the something is classified as a solid down not mean it is not able to be shaped.
  2. All objects classified as a shape have a reconizeable shape, and amount of space taken up.
  3. Objects classified as solids also do not morph of change if moved places.


Examples:


  • A Pencil
  • Wire
  • A Book
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Liquids

A liquid is a state of matter which has a definite volume, but no definite shape.


Facts:


  1. Liquids take the shape of the container that they are placed inside of.
  2. The amour of liquid does not change from container to container.
  3. Liquids have loose particles and that is the reason for their viscosity.



Examples:



  • Water
  • Mercury
  • Juice

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Gases

A Gas is a state of matter of which a material has neither a definite shape, nor a definite volume.


Facts:


  1. A gas takes the shape and volume of its container.
  2. Gas atoms are never arranged in a particular pattern.
  3. Gas atoms have varying and vas amount of space between them.



Examples:


  • Air
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Helium

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Plasma

Plasma is the colorless fluid part of the blood, lymph, or milk, in which corpuscles of fat globules are suspended.

Facts:


  1. This substance is seen on Earth rarely.
  2. Is common on the sun, and stars and through out the galaxy.
  3. Ninety nine percent of all matter in the universe is made of plasma.
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Bose-Enstein Condenstate

Bose-Enstein Condenstate is a state of matter of a dilute gas of bosons cooled to temperature very close to absolute zero.


Facts:

  1. In 1995, two scientist finally created the condensate.
  2. Super unexcited and super cold atoms.
  3. The molecules can get denser or packed close together.


Examples:

  1. Super fluids
  2. Super conductors
  3. Nuclear inside a neutrons star


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