Solid:ice, uncooked jelly and a brick
Liqued:Warter, juice and rain
Gas: Helium, comon oxide and air
A true solid is matter with a definite shape and volume. Some examples of true solids are rock, glass and wood.
a liquid turns into a solid
a melted ice cube being frozen
some examples of solids are; ice, pills, shells, rocks etc.
three examples of nested solids
Some examples are a sphere, a cylinder and a cone.
Some examples of substances that are solids at room temperature include grease. This becomes like a gelatin at room temperature. Butter is also an example.
Rubber and glass which become softer as they are heated are examples of crystalline solids
Crayons, books, pens, pencils, paper.
Crystal Solids. Hope that helps
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