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States of Matter Graphic Organizers. Mr. Rosato’s Physical Science 2012/2013. Ionization. Relaxation. Evaporation. Condensation. Boiling Point. Dew Point. Liquid Medium Energy Atoms loosely stuck together. Solid Low Energy Atoms tightly stuck together. Gas High Energy

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States of matter graphic organizers

States of Matter Graphic Organizers

Mr. Rosato’s Physical Science

2012/2013


States of matter graphic organizers

Ionization

Relaxation

Evaporation

Condensation

Boiling Point

Dew Point

Liquid

Medium Energy

Atoms loosely stuck

together

Solid

Low Energy

Atoms tightly stuck

together

Gas

High Energy

Atoms not stuck

together

Plasma

Highest Energy

Atoms not stuck

together

_Melting Point

Melting

Freezing Point

Freezing


Match the columns

Match the Columns

  • Molecule

  • Element

  • Compound

  • Volume

  • Mixture

  • Atom

  • Mass

  • Matter

  • Amount of matter in an object

  • The smallest building block of matter

  • 2 or more atoms combined together

  • The amount of space an object occupies

  • Is made of atoms

  • A substance with only 1 type of atom

  • A substance with 2 or more atoms bound together

  • A combination of different substances which retain their individual properties


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