States of Matter: Kinetic Molecular Theory. Holt McDougal Physical Science C3S1: Matter and Energy Glencoe Science Physical Science C16S1: Kinetic Theory. NGSSS Benchmark(s). SC912P12.11 Describe phase transitions in terms of kinetic molecular theory SC912P8.1. Learning Objectives.
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States of Matter: Kinetic Molecular Theory
Holt McDougal Physical Science C3S1: Matter and Energy
Glencoe Science Physical Science C16S1: Kinetic Theory
Changes of State of Matter
Holt McDougal Physical Science C3S2: Matter and Energy
–(room temp) Gas CO2
Holt McDougal Physical Science C3S3: States of MatterFluids
Is pressure a derived unit?
Given a force of 20N over 60m2, how much pressure is being exerted? Try this on your whiteboard.
Behavior of Gases
Holt McDougal Interactive Reader Chapter 3 Section 4
What are some physical properties of Gases?
Class Notes these properties:
Given a balloon with a volume of 7.5L at 100.0 kPa, what is the pressure of the balloon when the volume is 11.0L?
A 300mL sample of H gas is at a pressure of 0.500KPA. If the pressure increases to 0.750kPa, what will be the final volume of the sample? Assume that temperature stays constant.
What might happen if you threw a full can of spray paint into a raging fire?
. . . remember the container is rigid, so its volume cannot increase!