- What unique properties can be used to identify a material as a solid?
- What unique properties can be used to identify a material as a liquid?
- What unique properties can be used to identify a material as a gas?
- Do you think most solids we can see such as wood, rice, and flour could be divided into smaller and smaller pieces?
- Based on this information, what do you think solid matter is made up of?
- What do you think liquids and gases are made up of?
- Solids are almost always visible unless not able to see by the naked eye. Solids also have definite volume and take up space.
- Particles in liquids flow and fill the space they are in. assuming good health, you can always feel liquid.
- Particles in gases are different they don't follow the rules of gravity. We can rarely see gases unless when particles are big enough, like steam from a shower.
- I think they would be able because most solids are a definite shape which we can cut them into smaller pieces. Also most solids are hard a stable like a pencil.
- I think particles, Atoms, and Molecules, because those are even more smaller objects then matter so they are most likely for it to be made out of. They are also usually what most things are made out of building wise.
- This is a hard one, I think hydrogen and carbon because that is usually what air type things are made up of. Air is made out of it and most gases and liquids are more like air then anything so I thought of this.