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Matter        State        Gases       Essentials

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400           400          400           400

500           500          500           500
What is liquid?

The state of matter where particles
are free to move, but remain in close
contact with each other.

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What is evaporation?

The name for the process whereby
only particles at the surface of a
liquid gain enough energy to break
away as a gas.

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What is pressure?

The name for the force that acts on a
surface when it is being constantly
bombarded by particles of a gas.

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What is the Kelvin scale?

The temperature scale most often
used in physical sciences, where
absolute zero is at 0 degrees.

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What is solid?

The state of matter that has definite
shape and definite volume.

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What is boiling?

The name for a type of vaporization
that occurs when a liquid changes to a
gas both at its surface and below its
surface.

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What is its volume?

The name for the amount of space
that a gas takes up.

2,3
What is the horizontal axis?

The axis of a graph on which you
should show the variable which you
changed or manipulated as part of an
experiment.

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What is temperature?

The measure of the average energy of
motion of the particles of a substance.

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What is freezing?

The change of state during which
particles move slowly enough that
weak forces between them begin to

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What is less pressure?

The direction that the pressure of a
gas changes (greater or less) when
the volume of a closed chamber
containing it increases.

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What is the independent variable?

The name for the set of values from
an experiment which should be
plotted on the vertical axis of a graph.

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What is gas?

The state of matter in which the
spaces between particles is large
relative to the size of the particles.

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What is condensation?

The name for the change of state
when a gas forms liquid droplets.

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What is increased pressure?

The result on pressure of an increase
in the temperature of gas particles in
a closed container.

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What is upward (from left to right)?

The direction that a line through a
plot of data points will slope (upward
or downward) if when one variable is
increases, the other also increases.

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What is a crystalline solid?

The name for the type of solid where
particles form a regular, repeating
pattern.

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What is boiling?

The name for the change of state
which may occur when the
atmosphere above a liquid is reduced
to a very low level (as we
demonstrated using a vacuum pump
and bell jar).

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What is yes?

Is the level of atmospheric pressure
that is pressing on our skin right now
enough to crush a steel tank car if no

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What are the scale and the units measurement?

Beyond the name of the variable that
is plotted, two other factors you
should always label on both axes of a
data graph.

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