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Solids , Liquids and Gases. The Three States of Matter. Solid. Solids have a definite size, shape and mass. Atoms vibrate in one place. Atoms are more condensed than in liquids or gases. Some examples of solids are ice , snow, trees, and houses. Liquid.

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Solids liquids and gases

Solids , Liquids and Gases

The Three States of Matter


Solid
Solid

  • Solids have a definite size, shape and mass.

  • Atoms vibrate in one place.

  • Atoms are more condensed than in liquids or gases.

  • Some examples of solids are ice , snow, trees, and houses.


Liquid
Liquid

  • Liquids have a certain volume but not mass.

  • Atoms move quickly enough to overcome most attraction.

  • Atoms aren’t as condensed as solids but don’t move as freely as gases.

  • Liquids take the shape of a container.

  • Some examples of liquids are water , gasoline and soda.


Gas

  • Gases don’t have a certain size , shape or mass.

  • Atoms move fast enough to overcome all attraction.

  • Atoms are able to move freely.

  • Some examples of gases are oxygen , helium , and carbon dioxide.


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