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  • 1. Today in Science You will Need: 1)Pencil, Colored Pencils, Highlighters or Markers 2)Log #2 – Bookshelf + Update 3)Power Notes – Phases of Matter– 2 page 4 sides- Bookshelf- Please Staple
  • 2. Check Off Date Given Date Due Name of Assignment Possible Pts. Earned Pts. 9/12 9/19 Binder Check #1 130 9/17 9/23 Power Notes – Phases of Matter 135 9/19 9/19 Test #1 + ½ page of notes
  • 3. http://www.buzzle.com/articles/phases-of-matter.html What Makes a Substance a Solid, Liquid, Gas or Plasma? E N E R G Y E N E R G Y Plasma Gas Liquid Solid
  • 4. Task List: Timer/Designer: 1)Log on to Learning Point 2)Select Mori Classroom 3)Select Daily Assignments 4)Select: Week of Sept. 16th -20th 5)Complete Power Notes – Phase Changes – Due Monday of next week 6) Review & Reflect +, , - E N E R G Y E N E R G Y Plasma Gas Liquid Solid
  • 5. Topic: Power Notes- Phases of Matter Matter What are some differences you already know about these phases? Look at slide 3 to help with this answer
  • 6. Most of the elements on the Periodic Table of Elements exist in what state? Very few of the elements exist on the Periodic Table as? What state of matter makes up only about 11 elements on the Periodic Table? -SOLID – at standard temperature and pressure. LIQUIDS – However, ¾ of our planet is covered with the liquid known as water. GASES – they have no definite shape or volume. They expand to fill the container they occupy.
  • 7. Although at standard temperature and pressure there are no PLASMA phases on the Periodic Table, this phase of matter exists at extremely high heats. ALL stars are Plasma. Phases of matter depends on? What is this movement dependent upon? -The most abundant form of matter in the Universe. Movement of the particles Amount of energy in a substance.
  • 8. Matter with lots of kinetic energy usually have what? Which phase has the most kinetic energy? Which phase has the least kinetic energy? -higher temperatures -particles that are moving wildly -particles that are far apart Plasmas Solids (BEC)-Bose Einstein Condensates – particles do NOT move.
  • 9. Energy Scale High Energy Low EnergyPhase Plasma Gas Liquid Solid BEC* Illustrate, Color and Label an example of each Phase. Each member of the group should have their own UNIQUE picture example. *No illustration for BEC’s .Just copy what is in the yellow box. *Rubidiu m at 0 Kelvin
  • 10. What words describe Phase Change? (Examples should be UNIQUE for each person in the group) -MELTING– when a solid moves to the liquid state when heat is added. FREEZING – when a liquid moves to the solid state. This happens when heat is released. EVAPORATION – when a liquid moves to the gaseous state. Heat needs to be added for this to happen.
  • 11. What words describe Phase Change? (Examples should be UNIQUE for each person in the group) -CONDENSATION– when a gas moves to the liquid state when heat is released. SUBLIMATION– when a solid moves to the gas state skipping the liquid state. This happens when heat is added. DEPOSITION– when a gas moves to the solid state skipping the liquid state. Heat needs to be released for this to happen.
  • 12. Graphic Organizer • Use the vocabulary words from your Phase Change chart to determine the fill in boxes’ content. Identify the following phase changes • Using the vocabulary words from your Phase Change chart, tell what word applies to the change being described.
  • 13. Remember: According to the kinetic theory of matter, all matter is made up of moving particles. The states of matter are dependent upon 1) how fast the particles are moving and 2) how much attraction the molecules have for one another. HIGHLIGHT
  • 14. In order for matter to change from one state to another, energy must be added or removed. Each type of substance has its own freezing, melting and boiling points. In other words, different substances change states at different temperatures.
  • 15. Showing Phase Change • We have learned that water has a freezing/melting point of 0 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 100. • Most substance have their own freezing/melting and boiling point. • Use the key to shade in the parts of the thermometer representing the solid, liquid and gas phase area for Water, Mercury and Oxygen’s Melting and Boiling Points.
  • 16. Questions 1-15 •NO COMPLETE SENTENCES •BULLET your ANSWERS •USE YOUR NOTES TO COMPLETE…..all your answers are in the notes. •Don’t forget to Review and Reflect on ALL four pages.
  • 17. Task List: Timer Designer: 1)Log on to Learning Point 2)Select Mori Classroom 3)Select Daily Assignments 4)Select: Week of Sept. 16th – Sept. 20th 5)Complete Power Notes – Phase Changes – Due Monday 6) Review & Reflect +, , - E N E R G Y E N E R G Y Plasma Gas Liquid Solid
  • 18. Homework 1) Binder Check#1 – Due Thursday at the beginning of class 2)Test #1 – ½ sheet of paper, front side only, done by hand– Due Thursday