Wednesday, 19 October 2016
Thursday, 13 October 2016
States of matter
Work on this Doc together with a partner or in a 3.
Give three examples of each state of matter?
What’s the difference between the three states of matter?
In a solid, particles are packed tightly together so they are unable to move about very much.
In the liquid phase, the particles of a substance have more kinetic energy than those in a solid.
Gas particles have a great deal of space between them and have high kinetic energy.
Write 3 sentences explaining something new you learned from this reading.
I’ve learnt that everything is made out of matter as it takes up space and has weight in it. Even me im made out of matter as I have weight and take up space.
Water can be any state of matter as well. Another thing I’ve learned. Hydrological cycle or the h20 cycle is the name of the water cycle. The first part of the cycle is when water evaporates and rises to the clouds which is called condensation. When the clouds are full it then forms rain the second part of the cycle. The last part is when precipitation begins which is water falling back to the floor and the cycle starts over again.