Everything around us is matter, but what exactly is matter made up of?? Now I know. It's made up tiny particles, which are arranged in a pattern and are constantly moving about. The particles in each state of matter are arranged differently and move at different speeds.
-that the 3 states of matter are related as they change from one form to another each time heat is applied due to the different arrangements of the particles.
-when heat is applied, the particles are arranged differently, spreading further apart in each state.
-when heat is lost, the particles' movement is less hectic.
-with the particulate model of matter, the processes of melting, condensation, boiling and freezing can be better understood.
-the different states of matter is now easier to understand, as we know why some matter can be compressed whereas why others can't.
-one is able to explain daily life situations, such as the melting of ice in a drink, with the Particulate Model of Matter
-what will happen if the particles cease moving.
-why do particles have to be in constant motion.