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1 Matter Solid Liquid Gas It has a fixed shape and a fixed volume. It does not have a fixed shape, but it does have a fixed volume. Both shape and volume are not fixed. Felix Yung and John Polias 1

2 Matter is made up of tiny particles and there are spaces between the particles. These tiny particles are constantly moving they are moving all the time. scientist Felix Yung and John Polias 2

3 Energy melting evaporation or boiling solid liquid gas freezing condensation Energy Felix Yung and John Polias 3

4 Kinetic energy melting evaporating solid liquid gas freezing condensing Kinetic energy Felix Yung and John Polias 4

5 6 students will represent particles in the three different states of matter. Felix Yung and John Polias 5

6 In the solid state, particles are arranged in a regular shape. They are not allowed to move around. They can only vibrate (shake) around their fixed position. Particles are allowed to move around and their positions are not fixed. But they are still close to each other. This shows the liquid state. Particles can move freely they are not restricted. They can be far apart from each other or they can collide with each other. This shows the gaseous state. 6

7 State of matter solid liquid gas How can the particles be represented visually? How are the particles arranged? How close are the particles? Can the matter be compressed? Difficult to compress Difficult to compress Easy to compress 7

8 State of matter solid liquid gas How can the particles be represented visually? How are the particles arranged? Arranged regularly Arranged irregularly Arranged very irregularly How close are the particles? Very close Close but not as close as solid Sometimes particles are very far apart, sometimes they are close Can the matter be compressed? Difficult to compress Difficult to compress Easy to compress 8

9 How is energy related to particle movement? Because energy is needed to break bonds between particles, the kinetic energy of the particles in the gaseous state is greater than in the solid state. } In solids, the particles vibrate in fixed positions and they have the least kinetic energy. } In liquids, the particles vibrate and slide over one another. They have more kinetic energy than the solid state. } In gases, the particles are free to move and they have the greatest kinetic energy. 9

10 } Videos on the particle model of matter h"p:// chemical_material_behaviour/particle_model/ activity.shtml 10

11 State of matter solid liquid gas How can the particles be represented visually? How are the particles arranged? Arranged regularly Vibrate around a fixed point. Arranged irregularly Vibrate faster than in solids and not around a fixed point so they slide over each other. Arranged very irregularly Move even faster than in liquids and are not in a specific location. How close are the particles? Very close The bonds between the particles are very strong. Close but not as close as in solids. The bonds between the particles are less strong. Sometimes particles are very far apart, sometimes they are close. The bonds between the particles are weak. Can the matter be compressed? Difficult to compress Difficult to compress Easy to compress 11

12 The particle model of solid, liquid and gas Use the particle model to explain the properties of the three states of matter. } Solids } Liquids } Gases 12

13 States of matter Step 1: Consider all the properties of each state. Step 2: Arrange all the properties in the right sequence. (Think of its cause and effect relationship.) Step 3: Connect all the material into sentences, which become a paragraph. 13

14 Is the bond strong or weak? Strength of bond Do they vibrate around a fixed position or do they move freely? Movement of particles Ability to be compressed 14

15 1. Bonds are strong à particles are close à arranged regularly. 2. Particles move and vibrate around a fixed point. 3. Strong bonds à difficult to compress. 15

16 Use the particle model to explain the properties of the three states of matter. } Solids In solids, the bonds between the particles are very strong so the particles are close to each other and they are arranged in a regular pattern. The particles can move but they only vibrate around a fixed position. Also, because of the strong bonds, solids are difficult to compress. } Liquids } Gases 16

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