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Phases of Matter

Solids, Liquids, Gases, Plasma, BEC...

Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination.

John Dewey

Find archived resources HERE.
Hands-on Lessons, Labs, & Activities
  Phase Change - Observe phase changes as water from ice
    to steam
    PowerPoint for above lesson
  Properties of Matter VERSION 1, VERSION 2 - Students explore
    the conditions required for water to be in a liquid state. They
    discover that temperature is the essential variable. They then
    explore how temperature is not a measure of heat but of the
    average motion of molecules of a substance. From NASA
  Lessons From The American Chemical Society; Inquiry in Action:
    Matter on the move
    Evaporation
    Condensation
    Exploring moisture on the outside of a cold cup
    From gas to liquid to solid
Multimedia and Online Resources
  States of Matter - Interactive from NOVA
  States of Matter - Interactive from PhET
  States Flash Animation Game
  Changing Matter Flash
  Solids and Liquids Animation from BBC
  Gases Around Us Animation from BBC
  Changing State Animation from BBC
Review and Reinforcement Lessons and Activities
  Review and Apply Worksheet 1 - From The American
    Chemical Society; Inquiry in Action (Water Cycle)
  Review and Apply Worksheet 2 - From The American
    Chemical Society; Inquiry in Action (Water CycleHeat Energy)
     

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