Explain in depth using the following words how water can be in all 3 different states of matter 
- solid
- liquid
- ga
Alex Sykes 7G
3/1/2011 22:53:22

Solid-water is belowfreezing and has frozen
Liquid-water is in its common form
Gas-the water has been heated enough that the water starts to steam

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Alex Sykes 7G
3/1/2011 22:55:15

MISTAKE
Solid- water is below freezing point and has frozen
Liquid-water is in its common form
Gas-the water has been heated enough that the water starts to steam

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Jarrad Mezzadra 7G
3/3/2011 01:49:18

Solid- When water is on or below the freezing point it turns into "ICE"

Liquid- Water stays as it was in its original way

Gas- The water has been heated to its boiling point and turns into steam

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samuel sesto 7F
3/3/2011 20:28:42

water is a solid when it is turned into ICE this is called frezzing

Water can be a gas when it is evaporated

Water can be a liquid when it is in it's natural form

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Nicolas Calandra 7F
3/3/2011 20:31:41

Water becomes solid (ice) when it goes to to a temperature below 0c. This process is called "freezing". Ice melts and becomes water when it is in a temperature over 0c. This is called melting. Water becomes a gas when it evaporates from the suns heat and turns into gas particles.

Thank you.
Nicolas Calandra 7F

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Gabz Sechi
3/4/2011 15:06:09

i learned in my last science that mass is the space that an object takes and weight is the force of the gravitys pull. All weights are different because the more matter an object is made of, the force of the gravitys pull is stronger.

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Frank Figliola 7F
3/5/2011 14:38:39

Water becomes ice which is a solid when it has a temperature of 0c or below. The process of water turning into ice is called freezing. Ice will turn into water if not kept in an environment below 0c any higher and the ice will melt back to water. Water can also turn into a gas by having to much cunlight.

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Shea Wellington 7G
3/5/2011 16:19:29

Solid: The substance is below 0 Degrees.

Liquid: The substance is in its usual form as a liquid.

Gas: The substance has been heated to 100 Degrees celsius and is boiling and steam is coming out.

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James Rippingale
3/6/2011 02:19:53

Water becomes a solid (ice) when below zero degrees when the temperature is above 0 degrees the ice melts and returns to water this is now a liquid Water becomes a gas when it is evaporated by the suns heat and turns into gas particles . Thank u

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Luke Krizmanic 7F
3/6/2011 17:43:10

James Rippingale Sun, 06 Mar 2011 02:19:53


Water becomes a solid (ice) when below zero degrees when the temperature is above 0 degrees the ice melts and returns to water this is now a liquid Water becomes a gas when it is evaporated by the suns heat and turns into gas particles .

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Phillip Nguyen 7f
3/6/2011 20:24:03

water- it has no shape of it's own but does when pouredinto a container standing completly still

gas- gas flows and causes disussion when mixed with other mixtures

solid- solids have extremely limited space for them to move. it is hard and liquids can be turned into solid

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Luke Mascaro 7F
3/6/2011 20:54:13

Water becomes a solid when it reaches below 0C. When this happens it is called freezing. Ice (water in the form of a solid) becomes a liquid again when it's temperature reaches above 0C. This is called melting. Water turns into a gas when it gets heated and evaporates into a gas. This is called evaporating.

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paddy madden 7f
3/6/2011 23:19:57

water- it has no shape of it's own but does when pouredinto a container standing completly still

gas- gas flows and causes disussion when mixed with other mixtures

solid- solids have extremely limited space for them to move. it is hard and liquids can be turned into solid


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Christian Santalucia 7F
3/6/2011 23:28:45

Liquid eg. water
Water has no shape of its own becuse what ever container it gets put into it will always fit in.

Solid- eg. a metal spoon
A solid is something that is always hard but its molecules are still moving but only a little bit and it has its own shape.

Gas- eg. steam
The water has been boilng and has been heated alot and then starts to turn into a steam.

ps SCIENCE RULES I AM HAVING SO MUCH FUN!

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Patrick Matthews 7G
3/7/2011 13:02:03

solids : solids can be caused when liquids are frozen they have their own shape but their matter is still moving.

liquids: can change shape when put in different containers can be caused when solids such as ice are heated

gasses: gasses can be caused when liquids such as water are boiled

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christian santalucia 7f
3/7/2011 22:03:56

mrs cracknell what does sublimation mean and solidification

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Alex Ngo 7F
3/7/2011 22:38:24

Solid- When water is on or below the freezing point it turns into "ICE"

Liquid- Water stays as it was in its original way

Gas- The water has been heated to its boiling point and turns into steam

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christian 7f
3/8/2011 00:15:58

solid- something that is frozen and stays in it shape.
liquid- water that has no shape and stays in it original shape.
gas- water that is boiling point and creates steam

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Tayne Barbaro 7F
3/8/2011 01:06:14

Solid - When cold enough, Ice.

Liquid - Water stays it's original form.

Gas - When water is heated, it evaporates and makes steam.

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Tom Clark
3/9/2011 00:12:30

Miss Cracknell,
can I bring my assignment in tommorow
Thursday the 10th of march

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Mark Gregory 7f
3/9/2011 21:54:42

Solid is when water is below 0 degrees(ice)
Liquid us still water
Gas is water heated up over 100 degrees(steam)

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Sheran De Silva 7f
3/10/2011 12:53:28

when water reaches below 0 degrees it will turn to a solid (ice) this is because when a liquid is freezing the particles move slower and move together.
when water reaches over 100 degrees it will turn to gas (steam)this is because when exposed to heat a liquids particles will move faster and spread apart

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Michael Hassett
2/9/2012 19:29:45

The States of Matter are:
Solid
Liquid
Gas

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