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How does an object change state?


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2010-01-05 23:48:41
2010-01-05 23:48:41

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Elements change state when something changes, such as having another substance added to them or a change in temperature.

Elements: solids, liquids, gases. solid to liquid = when the ice is layed out in heat it will melt to a liquid liquid to gas= when water from a pond or a glass of water when part of the water cycle is happening the water evaporates. gas to liquid= condensation (part of the water cycle). liquid to solid= freeze water or another liquid and you can get ice... that's all i have for ya!!!!

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