Unit 2: Particles in Motion Study for the Test!!!

Unit 2: Particles in Motion Study for the Test!!!

Unit 2: Particles in Motion Study for the Test!!!

1.Be able to describe the particles within all matter (structure &
motion)
2.Describe the motion of particles in solids, liquids, and gas.
3.Explain the characteristics and properties of solid, liquid, and gas.
4.Explain how temperature effects particle motion.
5.Be able to interpret a model of particle motion to explain
evaporation, boiling, and condensation.
6.Explain the role energy plays with matter changing states.
7.Explain changes between Solids, Liquids and Gas
8.Explain changes between Solids, Liquids, and Gas within the water
cycle.
9.Explain how temperature effects changing the state of matter

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