What happens when you heat or cool each state of matter?
In this lesson, we will learn what happens to the behaviour and arrangement of particles when they are heated or cooled. We will also investigate some uses of these properties such as cooling gases in order to store them.
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Lesson summary: What happens when you heat or cool each state of matter?
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