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Heating. &. States of Matter!. Cooling. Curves. Changes of state – heating curve. gas. boiling  condensing . liquid  gas. liquid. melting  freezing . solid  liquid. solid. temperature. time. Heating Curve for Water.

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changes of state heating curve
Changes of state – heating curve

gas

boiling 

condensing

liquid  gas

liquid

melting 

freezing

solid  liquid

solid

temperature

time

heating curve for water
Heating Curve for Water

120 °C

100 °C

50°C

0 °C

-10 °C

Heat added 

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learning check cs1
Learning Check CS1

A. The flat lines on a heating curve represent

1) a temperature change

2) a constant temperature

3) a change of state

B. The sloped lines on a heating curve represent

1) a temperature change

2) a constant temperature

3) a change of state

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solution cs1
Solution CS1

A. The flat lines on a heating curve represent

2) a constant temperature

3) a change of state

B. The sloped lines on a heating curve represent

1) a temperature change

LecturePLUS Timberlake