SIM difference between Evaporation and Vaporization

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SIM difference between Evaporation and Vaporization

  1. 1. Strategic Intervention Materials Shannen Abegail R. Fernandez Physical Science 4-1
  2. 2. EVAPORATIO -process by which liquid N changes to its vapours at a temperature below its boiling point -takes place at all temperature. The temperature may change during evaporation -is a slow and silent process -takes place only at the surface of the liquid -the rate of evaporation depend upon the surface area of the liquid and the wind speed, humidity and temperature I N T R O D U C T I O N VAPORIZATION - process by which liquid changes to its vapours at its boiling point -takes only at a fixed temperature called boiling point of the liquid. The temperature during vaporization does not change -is a fast and violent process -takes place over the entire mass of the liquid -the rate of vaporization does not depend upon the surface area, wind speed, humidity and temperature
  3. 3. Student’S note Check your understanding!
  4. 4. C H E C K M E ACTIVTY 1 Put a check (/) if you think it describes Evaporation or Vaporization Evaporation 1 Quick process 2 Occurs at any temperature 3 Slow process 4 Takes places within liquid 5 Bubbles are formed 6 Heat supplied by surrounding 7 No bubbles are seen 8 Occurs at fixed temperature 9 Heat supply energy source 10 Temperature remains constant 11 Slow process 12 Temperature may change Vaporization
  5. 5. P G H H E Q G K O D C C O O L I N G X Z F S P A R E H D M S S S R J A It can be across, down, up F F COOLING WIND HUMIDITY HEAT BUBBLES SURROUNDING TEMPERATURE SLOW BOILING FAST D A FIND HE WORDS THAT ARE RELATED TO THE TOPIC: A L X N B D J N Y L B E F S B H U T A R E I O U D D T O R U V G T T S W L N Q K I Q B M W K E Y H R U A A L L H Y I L B H K P L K F I I X N B D C E T O U B H N Y C B H J I A E L W M W G G U F G H H T S J Q U E M B H U T A R E Y H C N M A R S H K O T O C U T E E W S U R R O U N D I N G I L O V E Y O U B H E K O G H E R U T A R E P M E T FIND ME!
  6. 6. ACTIVITY 3 Encircle if the phrase describes evaporation and box the phrase if it describes vaporization. 1. Clothes drying on a line. 3. A floor drying after it is mopped 6. Sweating when you are hot 2. A puddle drying out 4. Your hair drying after you wash it. 5. The boiling water turning into steam 7. Lick you finger, blow on it and feel it cool 8. A smoke came from a boiling water. 9. Cooking/Steaming shomai. 10.Making a hot coffee. Where am I belong?
  7. 7. EN R I C H M EN T
  8. 8. __1. Sweat is an example of evaporation. __ 2. In vaporization, no bubbles can be see. __ 3. Vaporization undergoes evaporation and boiling.. __ 4. Evaporation reached the boiling point. __ 5. Vaporization changed __ 6. vaporization’S temperature is hotter than evaporation’S temperature. __ 7. Evaporation and Vaporization is the changed from liquid to gas. __ 8. We can see clearly evaporation occur than in vaporization. __ 9. Vaporization can harm you.
  9. 9. ASSESSMENT FILL IN THE BLANK. CHOOSE THE WORD OF THE CORRECT ANSWER IN THE BOX. Evaporation and Vaporization are the same in the change of phase of matter from 1_to gas. However, both has a big _2_. Evaporation happens in _3_ temperature while vaporization have a _4_ temperature. You can harm more in _5_ than in _6_. Vaporization is a _7_ and _8_ process while evaporation is a _9_ and _10_ process. Vaporization Solid Evaporation Any Fast Fixed Slow Similarity Violent Difference Silent Medium Liquid Condensation
  10. 10. ANSWER KEY ACTIVITY 1 ACTIVITY 2
  11. 11. 1. Clothes drying on a line. 7. Lick you finger, blow on it and feel it cool 2. A puddle drying out 3. A floor drying after it is mopped 4. Your hair drying after you wash it. 8. A smoke came from a boiling water. 9. Cooking/Steaming shomai. 5. The boiling water turning into steam 6. Sweating when you are hot 10.Making a hot coffee.
  12. 12. ERICHMENT 1. TRUE 2. TRUE 3. TRUE 4. FALSE 5. FALSE 6. TRUE 7. TRUE 8. FALSE 9. TRUE 10. TRUE ASSESSMENT 1. Liquid 2. Difference 3. Any 4. Fixed 5. Vaporization 6. Evaporation 7. Fast 8. Violent 9. Slow 10. silent
  13. 13. Wind is the flow of gases on a large scale. Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. A temperature is a numerical measure of hot or cold. Liquid is one of the four fundamental states of matter, and is the only state with a definite volume but no fixed shape. Gas is one of the four fundamental states of matter. A pure gas may be made up of individual atoms, elemental molecules made from one type of atom, or compound molecules made from a variety of atoms.
  14. 14. REFERENCE CARD http://www.youtube.com/w atch?v=7zo10YxicnI

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