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CHANGING STATE heat heat SOLID LIQUID GAS melting evaporation cool cool cool
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SOLID LIQUID GAS freezing condensation
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What have we learnt about solids, liquids and gases?
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AIR We have found out that: Air is all around us Air has weight Air is in soil Air floats in water
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Air can act as a force against anything moving. This force is called air resistance. SOLIDS Have a fixed shape that does not change unless a force is applied. This means a solid will keep
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its own shape if left alone. LIQUIDS A liquid takes the shape of
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Unformatted text preview: the container it is poured Solids can not be compressed. into, but the volume stays the same. The liquid is pulled toward the bottom of the container by gravity . GASES Gases spread out in all directions to fill a space, so they take any shape. Gases can be GASES WE KNOW Oxygen (in the air, we breathe it in) Carbon dioxide (in the air, we breathe it out) Helium (In the Sun, in helium balloons) Hydrogen (In the Sun) Methane (a greenhouse gas) Neon (used in bright coloured lights) Argon (In the air)...
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