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Everything in the universe that has mass and takes up spaces is ---.
Define "matter".
Everything in the universe that has mass and takes up space
All matter is made up of small bits called ---.
--- is the amount of matter in an object.
Define "mass".
The amount of matter in an object.
How are the particles in a solid arranged?
in a tight regular pattern
How do particles in a solid move?
Each particle moves back and forth around one point.
How are particles in liquids arranged?
They are close togethy but are NOT in neat, even arrangements.
How do particles in liquids move?
The particles in liquids past over each other easily.
How are particles in gases arranged?
Particles in gases are arranged in a random pattern. They are NOT in neat even rows.
How do particles in gases move?
Particles in gases move very fast and bounce off solids, liquids and each other.
--- takes the shape of its container.
--- hgave their own definite shape.
--- fill the container that they are in.
Why does heating an ice cube change its shape into a liquid?
Heating an ice cube makes the particles move faster. When ice is hated, some particles begin to move fast enough to break away from their neighbors.