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4 States of Matter Song

4 States of Matter Song. Here is a video I created for a science student? to help them study.I hope you enjoy.It starts with solidsSolids, I do know whyCan't change shape no matter how you tryDefinite shape and volume is lockedWith particles in positionAnd I knowLiquids, a fluid thingParticles slide by as a pendulum swingsWatch them in a glass always taking its shapeVolume stays the sameGas is unrealMoving particlesWatch them move out and in, to and froTrying to hold shape but can't do it noVolume can changeThen PlasmasThe fourth state of matter, no shape, no volume, atoms brake apartMost in the galaxy, fire, lightning, conduct electricityThe Particles of MoleculesAre in motionGas, Liquid, Solid, PlasmaHow fast they move and attractionWill determineThe four states of matterMelting, solid to liquidAbsorbing energy atoms endothermic changeFreezing is the way energy removedFrom liquid to solidVaporizationLiquid to gas happens in boilingSecond from is always evaporationRemembering all boiling points change withAtmospheric pressureCondensationThings aren't the way they were beforeChanging gas to liquid atoms together moreEnergy is removed slowing motion downExothermic changeSublimation Changing solid to gas molecules tightly packed Now all spread outHow it's meant to be, added energySpreading like they flee, endothermic changeThe Particles of MoleculesAre in motionGas, Liquid, Solid, PlasmaHow fast they move and attractionWill determineThe four states of matterEnergy added or removedAtoms clump or spread apartChanging statesThat a substance may undergoTemperature change will doPushing speed of particlesBut with thisChanges happen when state's completedThe Particles of MoleculesAre in motionGas, Liquid, Solid, PlasmaHow fast they move and attractionWill determineThe four states of matter
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