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# Solid, Liquid, and Gas

## Characteristics associated with three different states of matter

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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas

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Describes the states of matter.
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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas

by MJesus Parets //at grade
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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas (TEKS 4C)

by Jeremy Thompson //at grade
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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas

by Anthony Kuchem //at grade
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## States of Matter

by Michelle Copeland //at grade
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## Matter and Its States

by Mitsi Nessa //at grade
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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas

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Solid, Liquid, and Gas Interactive
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## States of Matter with Glass

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Illustrates two states of matter (liquid and solid) by using the example of glass that has been heated and then cooled.
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## Sculpting in Solid Mercury using Liquid Nitrogen

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Shows how liquid nitrogen can be used to solidify mercury in molds.
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## Solid, Liquid, and Gas Quiz

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Reviews the distinctions between the three states of matter.
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## Caffeine-Free, Now with Less Cancer

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Explore how supercritical carbon dioxide is used to extract caffeine from coffee and tea.
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## No More Pain

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Discover the properties of ether, and the uses of ether and nitrous oxide as anesthetics.
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