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Learner Guide

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Everything is made up of particles. The way these particles are arranged will

decide which state of matter they are in: solid; liquid; or gas.

Solids : The particles of a solid are all packed together very tightly, in a

                   regular.They move very little, because of strong bonds.Solids

                   cannot be squashed because the particles are already close

                    together. A solid will have a definite shape.








Liquids: The particles of a liquid are also close together, but they are

                    arranged very randomly and do not have a pattern.









The particles are able to move around. Liquids also cannot be squashed

because the particles are close together. A liquid does not have a definite 

shape and will flow to take the shape of the container it is in.


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