The Atoms In A Sample Are Close Together But Can Slide Past One Another. As The Atoms Lose Energy, They Move Slower. The Atoms Become Locked In Place Because Of Attractive Forces Between Them. Which Change Of State Is Taking Place? Gas To Solid Gas To Liq (2024)

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2. States of Matter

  • gas vibrate and move freely at high speeds. liquid vibrate, move about, and slide past each other. solid vibrate (jiggle) but generally do not move from place ...

  • Gases, liquids and solids are all made up of microscopic particles, but the behaviors of these particles differ in the three phases. The following figure illustrates the microscopic differences.

3. changes of state between solids, liquids and gases - Chemguide

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4. [PDF] 5th Grade - Lesson 1.1 Matter is Made of Tiny Particles

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5. Phase Transitions: Melting, Boiling, and Subliming - BC Open Textbooks

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  • Chapter 10. Solids and Liquids

6. States of matter: Definition and phases of change | Live Science

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  • The four fundamental states of matter are solid, liquid, gas and plasma, but there others, such as Bose-Einstein condensates and time crystals, that are man-made.

States of matter: Definition and phases of change | Live Science

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  • 23 Oct 2020 · ... them. Which change of ... As the atoms lose energy, they move slower. The atoms become locked in place because of attractive forces between them.

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8. 11.1: A Molecular Comparison of Gases, Liquids, and Solids

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  • The state of a substance depends on the balance between the kinetic energy of the individual particles (molecules or atoms) and the intermolecular forces. The kinetic energy keeps the molecules apart …

11.1: A Molecular Comparison of Gases, Liquids, and Solids

9. Liquids Solids and Gases

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  • This chapter begins the first where we will look at matter on a microscopic scale.  Matter is made of small particles of atoms or molecules.  There are three common states of matter, solid, liquid and gas.  A gas and a liquid will change shape to fit the shape of their container.  A gas will change volume to fit the volume of the container.

10. 6.1 What is the particle model of matter? - Siyavula

  • In a solid, the particles are packed close to each other in fixed positions. They are locked into place, and this explains why solids have a fixed shape. Look ...

  • Siyavula's open Natural Sciences Grade 8 textbook, chapter 6 on Particle model of matter covering 6.1 What is the particle model of matter?

11. [PDF] PARTICLE MODEL

  • The gas has much more energy than a liquid or solid. It does not sit at the bottom of a container. Instead it moves freely around the whole container. SAMPLE ...

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13. [PDF] Answers - Pearson

  • 1 Solids stay in one place and can be held; they keep their shape and do not ... they are close together but can move past each other; in gases they are far ...

14. Changes of State: Definition, Types & Diagram | StudySmarter

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  • Changes of State: ✓ Definition ✓ Types ✓ Diagram ✓ Examples ✓ Solid ✓ Liquid ✓ Gas ✓ Laws ✓ StudySmarter Originals

15. Chapter 11: Liquids

  • ... energy to overcome the intermolecular forces that lock them into place in the solid. ... Because a liquid can flow only if the molecules can move past one another ...

  • In Chapter 10 "Gases", you learned that attractive intermolecular forces cause most gases to condense to liquids at high pressure, low temperature, or both. Substances that normally are liquids are held together by exactly the same forces that are responsible for the liquefaction of gases. One such substance is water, the solvent in which all biochemical reactions take place. Because of its thermal properties, water also modulates Earth’s temperature, maintaining a temperature range suitable for life. Other liquids are used to manufacture objects that we use every day—for example, a solid material is converted to a liquid, the liquid is injected into a mold, and it is then solidified into complex shapes under conditions that are carefully controlled. To understand such processes, our study of the macroscopic properties of matter must include an understanding of the properties of liquids and the interconversion of the three states of matter: gases, liquids, and solids.

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  • 9 May 2014 · moles of chalk used = mass used. Mr(CaCO3). × y y g. 100.09 g mol–1. This is the same as the number of moles of carbon atoms used. Therefore the ...

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