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Tells whether a material is a solid, liquid, or a gas.
State Of Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass.
Idea that all matter are in constant, random motion.
Kinetic Theory Of Motion
Energy of moving particles.
Kinetic Energy
Indirect measure of the average kinetic energy.
The temperature at which the particles of matter would cease to move.
Absolute Zero
Particles of matter that are arranged in repeating geometric patterns.
Crystalline Solids
Solids that form without creating crystal structures.
Noncrystalline Solids
Glass and plastics are examples of this solid.
Noncrystalline Solids
Diamonds and table salt are examples of this type of solid.
Crystalline Solids.
-273.15 Degrees Celsius.
Absolute Zero
Temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid.
Melting Point
Heat required to melt 1 kg of a solid at its melting point.
Heat Of Fusion
Temperature at which crystals begin to form.
Freezing Point
A material's resistance to flow.
Water entering the gaseous state.
Boiling Point
Vaporization is called this.
Amount of energy required to change 1kg of a liquid to a gas.
Heat Of Vaporization
Process by which individual particles of a liquid escape from the surface of a liquid that is not boiling and form a gas .
When particles move slowly enough for their attractions to bring them together, droplets of liquid form.