State of matter & there diffrences (solid (Particles are packed…
State of matter & there diffrences
Particles are packed tightly together
They are unable to move
They are definite volume
are materials with a defined volume and shape.
Solids are dense states of matter that group large amounts of matter close together.
Ex: dry ice
Plasma is not a common state of matter here on Earth, but may be the most common state of matter in the universe
are ionized (electrically charged)
Plasma consists of highly charged particles with extremely high kinetic energy.
. Plasma is extremely high energy matter that is actually free electrons and ions of elements that bounce around at high speeds.
A large amount of energy is actually required to produce this low energy state of matter
a state of matter that occurs very close to absolute zero
It is a very slow moving and unexcited atom that actually clumps together with other atoms creating super atoms.
At this extremely low temperature, molecular motion almost stops and atoms begin to clump together.
Ex: superconductors and superfluids.
Gases are loosely packed atoms that are grouped randomly.
The cooling or compression of the atoms within a gas causes the gas atoms to get closer together.
have high kinetic energy
expand to fill the size and shape of their containers.
have more kinetic energy
very close to each othe
cannot be compressed
, liquids can conform to take the shape of anything that holds them.
Done by: Munirah & Tala 11c