chemistry year 9 and 10

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What are the three states of matter?
Solid, liquid and gas
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What is the strength of a solid?
In solids there are strong forces of attraction between particles, this holds them close together in fixed positions to form a very regular lattice arrangement.
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What is the shape of solid particle like?
The particles don't move from their positions.
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Do the particles in a solid move?
No, they vibrate, the hotter the solid becomes, the more they vibrate.
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What is the strength of a liquid?
Weak force of attraction between particles. They're randomly arranged and free to move past each other, but they tend to stick closely together.
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What is the shape of a liquid particle like?
Liquids have a definite volume but don't keep a definite shape.
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Do the particles in a liquid move?
The particles are constantly moving with random motion. The hotter the liquid gets the faster they move.
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What is the strength of a gas?
Very weak, they're free to move and are far apart. The particles in gases travel in straight lines.
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What is the shape of a gas particle?
Gases don't keep a definite shape or volume and will always fill any container.
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Do the particles in a gas move?
The particles move constantly with random motion. The hotter the gas gets, the faster the move.
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