Transitioning Between States of Matter

Matter can transition between different states without changing its composition. This is because these changes are physical not chemical. Therefore, no new substances are formed; instead, the same substance takes on different physical forms.

The six main changes of state are:

Freezing – Transition from Liquid to Solid

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