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States of Matter

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Click on solid, liquid or gass to see how the particle move in each state of matter.  This resource is from Harcourt.


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Bill Nye the Science Guy - "Solid Liquid Gas"

IT'S A GAS!! And... THIS kid again? Sheesh! (Incidentally, I'm pretty certain this is a parody of something... I just never found out what. I heard the origi...

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Coxhoe Primary School - Science: Materials: Solids Liquids and Gases

Coxhoe Primary School - Science: Materials: Solids Liquids and Gases | Matter | Scoop.it

Y4 Solids and Liquids science clips Solids, Liquids and Gases Solids, Liquids and Gases Animations Solids, Liquids, Gases Quiz Solids and Liquids Quiz Thickness of Liquids Test Thickness of Liquids Solid, Liquid or Gas? More Solids, Liquids and Gases Y5 Gases Around Us science clips Material Facts


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States of Matter: Solid, Liquid and Gas Video

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Video about states of matter.  This source talks about how water changes states.


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States of Knowledge: Solid, Liquid or Gas? | voicEd.ca

States of Knowledge: Solid, Liquid or Gas? | voicEd.ca | Matter | Scoop.it

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7F :Solids Liquids and Gases

7F :Solids Liquids and Gases | Matter | Scoop.it
Why can you pour a liquid but not a solid. Watch this video to find out the difference between a solid liquid and a gas.

 

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Mrs Armitage's class to complete by 18/1/13

 

Miss Wolff's class to complete by 01/02/13


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Slimy States of Matter Lab and States of Matter Posters - Smart Chick - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Slimy States of Matter Lab and States of Matter Posters - Smart Chick - TeachersPayTeachers.com | Matter | Scoop.it
A ten page lab packet examining which state of matter slime belongs in: solid, liquid or gas.

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String Theory Helps To Explain Quantum Phases Of Matter

String Theory Helps To Explain Quantum Phases Of Matter | Matter | Scoop.it

Newly discovered states of matter embody what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance.” They defy explanation, but lately answers have come from a seemingly unrelated corner of physics: string theory.

 

Matter can assume many forms other than solid, liquid and gas. The electrons that perfuse materials can undergo their own transitions, which involve inherently quantum properties of matter. Superconductors are the best-known example.These states of matter arise from an unimaginably complex web of quantum entanglement among the electrons—so complex that theorists studying these materials have been at a loss to describe them.

 

Some answers have come from an entirely separate line of study, string theory, typically the domain of cosmologists and high-energy particle theorists. On the face of it, string theory has nothing to say about the behavior of materials—no more than an atomic physicist can explain human society. And yet connections exist.


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