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States of Matter

Explore the differences between solids, liquids, and gases!Video presented by:BioEd OnlineBaylor College of MedicineCenter for Educational OutreachCREDITSVideo By:Pamela AyalaTammy NgoDevin PerryTyler SwensenRichard VillanuevaSupport By:Christopher BurnettJim DenkTravis KelleherNancy MorenoMichael VuImages:Vegan no-knead whole wheat bread loaf, sliced, September 2010. Wikimedia Commons User: Bryan. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from,_sliced,_September_2010.jpg 11 Sapphire Blue. Wikimedia Commons User: Timos25. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from apartment living room. Wikimedia Commons User: Downtowngal. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from tubes. Wikimedia Commons User: JVinocur. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from Freezing Rain on Tree Branch. Wikimedia Commons User: Nicolas M. Perrault. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from water. Wikimedia Commons User: Gran. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from Ice cubes melting in a glass. Wikimedia Commons User: Inkwina. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from Wikimedia Commons User: Resk. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from,_Bijuesca,_Espa?a. Wikimedia Commons User: Poco a poco. Retrieved 7/24/2012 from,_Bijuesca,_Espa?a.JPG Sublimation_of_dry_ice_on_water. Wikimedia Commons User: Luke Goodsell. Retieved 7/24/2012 from
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