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Materials and their properties
Complete the quiz on soids liquids and gases

ABPI Properties of solids, liquids and gases
Click the buttons at the bottom of the cartoon viewer in order to see a series of cartoons to help you to understand solids, liquids and gases.

Solid to a liquid to a gas
Read pages 3 - 9 to find out about changes of state. This site also shows you what steam really looks like!

Blockbusters - Solids, liquids, gases and mixtures
Click on the i button for instructions.

Gridlocks (RSC)
Select the topic you want from the list on the right. There is a video on the homepage to help you understand how to play Gridlocks.

Word fill on the particle model
Try this then click on 'next word fill' button to try 2 more exercises on

Particle Model Crossword
Try this crossword, there is a larger harder version if it's too easy!

Melting and boiling
Can you find out the melting and boiling temperatures for these three substances?

The states of matter
Can you work out which is the solid, liquid and gas? Click on part 2 and part 3 for some more questions.

Matter is the stuff around you
An introduction to the five states of matter. Find out what Bose-Einstein condensates are.

Particle theory, Brownian motion and diffusion (s-cool)
Read this and watch the animations to check your understanding of the evidence for the particle model of matter.

Solids, liquids and gases
Read to revise about the properties and uses of solids, liquids and gases.

Solids - the basics
Find out about solids, liquids and gases and then try the different quizes.

Changing states of matter
Find out how matter changes state.

The structure of matter
Find out about the particle theory of matter with this animated slideshow.

What are solids, liquids and gases made of?
Find out about solids, liquids and gases with this animated interactive page.

Diffusion.
Read the description and look at the animation showing diffusion.

Bitesize - Behaviour of matter
Read through the explanations covering expansion and contraction, pressure and diffusion, watch the animations and then follow the links at the bottom of the page for the quizzes and tests.

Chemical vs physical changes.
Gives an overview of the difference between a chemical and a physical change.

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