States of Matter
Young people intuitively understand that matter takes different forms water, for example, can be liquid, solid ice, or gaseous steam. This book will give readers a deeper understanding of the different states of matter. Through colorful photographs and
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ability to resist absolute zero amount of matter amount of space atmosphere balloon become electrically charged boil water boiling point goes borax Bose-Einstein Condensates carbon dioxide Cornstarch density diamond directly from solid Dry ice electrons elements are solids exerts less pressure Fahrenheit fixed shape fixed volume form of water freezing point French fries gallon gas without passing gaseous form gases gold hardness heat energy holds liquid particles hydrogen ice cube Kelvin liquid to gas low elasticity malleable mass material are packed matter an object measured in ounces Measuring Matter melting point milk molded without breaking Moon neutrons nucleus oxygen particles called atoms particles can move Plasma is created point of water point The temperature protons radiation from space room temperature Scientists scratch solids at room steam sticky force stretched substance change surface tension tablespoon 15 teaspoon 2.5 tiny particles called viscosity water boils water droplets water vapor weight