Definition/Vocabulary Three States of Matter

^The Three States of Matter and Biology

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What is a solid?
A substance with regularly arranged, tightly packed particles
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What is a liquid?
A substance with loosely arranged particles
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What is a gas?
A substance where the particles have no arrangement
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What is the definition of dense?
Something that is heavy for its volume
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What is the definition of flow?
When a substance moves
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What is the definition of pressure?
The amount of force on a certain area
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What is the definition of bonds?
The forces holding particles together
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What is the definition of vibrate?
To move backwards and forwards
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What is the definition of diffusion?
When particles mix with each other without anything moving them
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What is the definition of vacuum?
A completely empty space
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What is the definition of evaporation?
A liquid turning into a gas
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What is the definition of condensation?
A gas turning into a liquid
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What is the definition of mixture?
Lots of different things jumbled together
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What is the definition of filtering?
A way to separate a liquid and an insoluble solid
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What is the definition of dissolve?
When a solid mixes with a liquid to make a solution
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What is the definition of soluble?
A solid that can dissolve in a liquid e.g salt into water
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What is the definition of insoluble?
A solid that cannot dissolve into a liquid
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What is the definition of solvent?
The liquid that does the dissolving
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What is the definition of solution?
Made when a solid dissolves into a liquid
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What is the definition of a solute?
The solid that has dissolved into a liquid to make a solution
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Digestion?
The process that breaks down food into soluble substances
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Element?
Substance that cannot be split up into anything smaller
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Atom?
The smallest part of an element
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Stomach?
Organ containing acid that helps digestion
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Small intestine?
Organ where most digestion occurs, soluble nutrients are then absorbed into the blood
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A substance where the particles have no arrangement

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Something that is heavy for its volume

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When a substance moves

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