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KINETIC THEORY AND CHANGES OF STATE

In the first place, students will watch in the follow link a short animation about this concept. It is very good because has audio and students can practice different skills while learn the topic. In this case reading and listening.

Animation link: http://preparatorychemistry.com/KMT_flash_audio.htm

 

In order to reinforce the concepts learned students will do this interactive glossary quiz with 34 terms: http://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_2_CF_flash.htm

 

Now, students are ready for watching this video about the changes of state:

 

TRANSCRIPT:

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when you saw it gets warm enough
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it now to explain what's happening
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imagine you can see how the particles in a solid arranged
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there in affixed framework vibrating
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but not straying far from their main position when energy is supplied
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the particles vibrate more violently and become free to move
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the solid changes into a liquid
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melting involves a transparent energy this can be illustrated by putting an
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ice cube
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in a sealed container leaving another one empty
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yeah on the left is it twenty five point five degrees Celsius
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as the ice melts it takes energy from the surroundings
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the temperature at the end in the right on container this fallen by about 3
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degrees
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energy is also needed to change a liquid to a gas
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so what's happening to the particles this time
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in a liquid the particles a free to move around
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eating causes them to move around more quickly
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those which have enough energy escape from the liquid
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forming a guess this is evaporation
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ether
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evaporates at room temperature is taking energy from the surroundings
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and disappears in less than five minutes is possible to see how different liquids
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take heat from their surroundings
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using thermometers wrapped in stream they all start of it mean temperature
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the string absolves the liquids
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number one on the left is a control number two
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is dipped into water 3 into ethanol
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the full into each other as soon as the string leads the liquid
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its operation get underway
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the temperature at the moment is three and four quickly begins to drop
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as the liquids evaporate they're taking energy from the string
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the N and even the ball but the thermometer
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same
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which taken most energy from its surroundings liquid
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to you 3 of all
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gases can also be changed into liquids for this to happen they need to be
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cooled
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liquid nitrogen is extremely cold
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im us a balloon for that in it
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and see what happens the balloon shrinks and becomes brittle
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inside you can see liquid
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its liquid and this time the balloon is filled with carbon dioxide gas
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invested in liquid nitrogen
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and cools rapidly was inside the balloon
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this time
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if the gas gets cold enough it changes into a solid
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this
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is solid carbon dioxide see how it changes back to a gas that mean
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temperature

 

Finally, students, in groups, will play with this fantastic simulation and each group will prepare a short exposition of an assigned kind of change of state using the application.

App link: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/states-of-matter-basics

 

All in all, students will learn the specific content and will train their language skills.

Short url:   http://multidict.net/cs/4242