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Particles In Action. Lesson 1: Absolute Zero. Learning Objectives: describe the term absolute zero convert between Kelvin and Celsius scales of temperature describe how the temperature of a gas relates to the speed and kinetic energy of its particles

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lesson 1 absolute zero
Lesson 1: Absolute Zero

Learning Objectives:

  • describe the term absolute zero
  • convert between Kelvin and Celsius scales of temperature
  • describe how the temperature of a gas relates to the speed and kinetic energy of its particles
  • recognise that the Kelvin temperature of a gas and the average kinetic energy of its particles are directly proportional.
starter
Starter
  • Draw the particles in a solution which has been heated and one that is cold.
kinetic theory model
Kinetic Theory Model
  • Change your movement according to the volume.
celsius to kelvin
Celsius to Kelvin?

To change 100 °C into Kelvin just add 273.

So 100 °C = (100 + 273) K = 373 K.

What are the following temperatures in Kelvin?

0 °C, 20 °C, 37 °C, 500 °C, -5 °C, -169 °C

kelvin to celsius
Kelvin to Celsius?

To change 100 K into Celsius just subtract 273.

So 500 K = (500 - 273) K = 227 °C.

What are the following temperatures in Celsius?

0 K, 200 K, 300 K, 1 000 K

making thermometers
Making Thermometers
  • Fill a bowl with crushed ice.
  • Put a little coloured dye in the flask, then fill it to the top with crushed ice. Stand it in the bowl with crushed ice and leave it for 15 mins.
  • Push the rubber bung on, and mark the level of the risen liquid.
  • Then put the flask into a water bath and leave for 15 mins.
  • Mark the new level.
  • Divide the distance between the two marks into 5 equal divisions. Each division will represent 10 degrees.
  • Leave the flask on the bench for 15 mins, and mark the new level.
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Summary

At __________ (–273 ºC or 0 K) particles __________ moving. You convert ºC to K by adding __________. Increasing the __________ increases the speed of the particles. The _________ in a gas are continually colliding with each other. The kelvin temperature and the average __________ energy of the particles are directly __________ to each other (i.e. double the __________ temperature, __________ the kinetic energy).

273 absolute zero double kelvin

kinetic particles proportional stop temperature

plenary
Plenary
  • Explain how we can move from degrees Celsius to degrees Kelvin and back again
plenary1
Plenary
  • Explain how we can move from degrees Celsius to degrees Kelvin and back again
  • Explain why this weather balloon is released when more gas could be added
charles law simulation
Charles Law Simulation

http://www.chem.iastate.edu/group/Greenbowe/sections/projectfolder/flashfiles/gaslaw/charles_law.html

kinetic theory model1
Kinetic Theory Model

http://www.practicalphysics.org/go/Experiment_365.html

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