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Saturday, 12 November 2016

Discussion Doc

Give three examples of each state of matter?
Solid
Liquid
Gas
A rock
Blood
Steam
A ball
Water
Helium
Whiteboard
Milk
Soda bubbles

What’s the difference between the three states of matter?
Solids
Liquids
Gases
Solids have tight molecules which means they can only change of they are cut or broken by force.
Liquids move, flow and they take shape of whatever their poured into. Example: Cup, bottle, Molds, Bucket,
Gases are air-like fluids which expands to fill any space available, You can only see a very small amount of gases.

Write 3 sentences explaining something new you learned from this reading.
One thing I have learnt is the main differences between a solid, liquid and gas how it is formed and some things they have in common. Another thing I have learnt is how to tell if an object is a liquid, solid or gas. Another is I now have more information about how the three states of matter are created and how they can be destroyed.




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