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In most solids, the particles are arranged in repeating geometric particles called ________?
crystals
When heat is transferred through a substance to another it is called . . .?
conduction
__________ is the amount of force exerted per unit of area. P=F/A
Pressure
______________ is when matter expands when it gets hotter and contrasts when it gets cooler
Thermal Expansion
________ have a definite shapeand a definite volume.
Solids
Convection takes place in _______ and _____ It is a result of molecules moving faster.
liquids
gases
Liquids cantb normally fit into a small __________.
container
When heat energy is transferred through space it is called . . .?
Radiation
If you decrease the volume of a container of a gas, the pressure of the gas will increase provided the temperature does not change
Boyle's Law
metals, aluminum, copper are examples of . . .?
conductors
What flows and take up the space of the conatiner?
liquids
glass, wood, plastic, and rubber are all examples of . . .?
insulators
The buoyant force on an object in a fluid is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced in order is called . . .?
archimedes principle
The four different states of matter they are . . .?
solid
liquid
gas
plasma
melting- soild to ________
freezing- _______ to solid
_________- liquid to gas
condensation- ______to liquid ____________- solid to gas
1)liquid
2)liquid
3)vaporization
4)gas
5)sublimation
_________________ is the amount of energy needed to change a material from a solid state to a liquid state.
Heat fusion
_____________________ as the velocity of a fluid increases, the pressure exerted by the fluid decreases.
Bermouille principle
The volume of a gas increases the temperature provided the pressure does not is called . . .?
Charle's Law
_____________ is the ability of a fluid either liquids or gas to exert an upward force on an object immersed in it is _______________ force.
buoyancy
______ are springy and they expand or contrast to fill space available.
Gases
____________________ states that the pressure applied to a fluid is trabsmitted unchanged throughout the fluid.
Pascal's principle
________ is anything that has mass and takes up space.
Matter
________ has no definite shape and no definite volume
gas
bonus* plasma is a gaseous mixture