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    Solids

    Solids

    by CK-12 //at grade
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Riffle Walker //basic
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Kerry Bolton //basic
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    고체

    고체

    by Whakuk Lee //basic
    고체의 성질, 여러 유형의 고체물질의 비교
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Cindy Welch //at grade
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Carrie Lyle //at grade
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Crystal Yan //at grade
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Panama Buena Vista //at grade
    Properties of solid matter and comparison of different types of solids.
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  • Video
    Solid

    Solid

    by Hemang Mehta //basic
    Looks at solids and their molecular structure.
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  • Downloadable Quiz
    Solids Quiz - MS PS

    Solids Quiz - MS PS

    by CK-12 //at grade
    Reviews the properties of solid matter and different types of solids (crystalline and amorphous solids).
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    Solids Practice
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    Solids Practice

    by CK-12 //at grade
     
     
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  • Real World Application
    What Would Newton Say?

    What Would Newton Say?

    by CK-12 //basic
    Learn about strange fluids such as oobleck that do not follow Newton's laws and why their unusual properties might be useful.
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    What Would Newton Say?

    What Would Newton Say?

    by Bonnie Snedeker //basic
    Learn about strange fluids such as oobleck that do not follow Newton's laws and why their unusual properties might be useful.
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    Solids

    Solids

    by Ellaine Chou //basic
    These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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