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What effects a state change of matter?

What effects a state change of matter?

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  • Today in Science
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    • Power Notes – Phases of Matter – 2 page 3 sides- Bookshelf- Please Staple
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  • Assignment Log #2 9/13 9/20 Binder Check #1 100 9/13 9/14 Metric Review- end of period   9/15 9/16 Matter Power Notes 50   9/16 9/19 Physical Properties Lab 55   9/22 9/23 Test #1 parts 1 & 2 /20   9/23 9/27 Interactive Reader Pgs. 46-51 Highlight, sidebars & #1-5 on pg. 51 60 9/27 9/28 Power Notes – Phases of Matter 110    
  • 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
  • http://www.buzzle.com/articles/phases-of-matter.html
    • Task List:
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    • Select : Week of Sept 26 th -30th
    • Complete Power Notes – Phase Changes – Due tomorrow
    E N E R G Y E N E R G Y Plasma Gas Liquid Solid
    • Topic :
    • Power Notes- Phases of Matter
    • Matter
    • What are some differences you already know about these phases?
    • What are some similarities you already know about these phases?
    • Most of the elements on the Periodic Table of Elements exist in what state?
    • Very few of the elements exist 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.
    • Although at standard temperature and pressure there are not PLASMA phases on the Periodic Table, this phase of matter exists at extremely high heats .
    • 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.
    • 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)
  • Energy Scale High Energy Low Energy Phase Plasma Gas Liquid Solid BEC* * Bose Einstein Condensates Illustrate, Color and Label an example of each Phase
    • What words describe Phase Change?
    - 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.
    • What words describe Phase Change?
    - 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.
    • Graphic Organizer
    • Remember:
    http://www.school-for-champions.com/science/matter_states_changing.htm Go to: www.scientistintraining Select : Chemistry Select : Week of Sept 26 th – 30th Select : Graphic Organizer According to the kinetic theory of matter, all matter is made up of moving particles . The states of matter are dependent upon how fast the particles are moving and how much attraction the molecules have for one another.
  • 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.
  • Homework
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