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Essential one Essential Seven
Nic tiene tres piernas y muy flacas. Nic tiene majillas flacas y tres bocas grande. http://dp.davincischools.org/2014/brettca/spanish/
Change in state. Transfer of energy from one system to another. Temperature is the property of matter which reflects the amount of energy of motion of the component of the matter.
lava running down a hill side
Bread Cooking in an oven
Melting Freezing Evaporation Condensation Sublimation Deposition
Kelvin 0˚ absolute zero Celsius 0˚ freezing point Fahrenheit 32˚ freezing point 0˚ C = 273˚ K http://dp.davincischools.org/2014/brettca/science/
Essential 2 Essential 8
Summarizing Paraphrasing Quoting
Strengths and Weaknesses Accountability 01/09/2012 Accountability Habits of Mind Mastery – Accountability 3/475 C Collaboration http://dp.davincischools.org/2014/brettca/math/ My growth goal is to…
By: Eric Perez Wednesday 30 th,2011 Sophomore Class of 2014.
Changes of State also known as Phase Changes. What are phase changes? Phase changes (changes of state) are the processes of changing from one state of.
Energy Chapter 2 Section 1.
CHANGES IN STATES OF MATTER HEAT ENERGY ADDED.
Science project By: Joe Brinckwirth and Shannon Swiney.
Phase of Matter. Phases of Matter Gases indefinite volume and shape, low density. Liquids definite volume, indefinite shape, and high density. Solids.
What is a phase change? - when matter changes from one form to another due to the addition or removal of heat.
Welcome Wednesday! Get ready for warm up #1 Get ready to take notes on our new unit: Thermodynamics.
:. Definition 1 The energy the object has due to its motion.
Integrated Physics and Chemistry
Phase Changes Section 17.3 in YOUR book.
CHAPTER 2: MATTER. CHANGES OF STATE When matter changes from one state to another, we call this a phase change Thermal energy is related to the microscopic.
Chapter 3 Quiz By: Will Saunders & Chris Murray 8 th Block-LaFever-10/9/08.
Bellringer What would happen to the particles of a substance if it were cooled to absolute zero? In other words, how would they behave? 2.Do.
Energy. Energy The capacity to do some kind of work. The capacity to do some kind of work. Involved when there is a change in matter Involved when there.
ENERGY. Energy Ability to do work Kinetic Energy Energy of motion Potential Energy Stored energy Temperature Measure of the Average Kinetic Energy of.
Section 3.3 Phase Changes.
Phase Changes Slide Show #2. Skip #1 & #2 We’ll get to these later.
Temperature Definition Instrument Scales.
MEASURING THE MOVEMENT OF MOLECULES
Physics Unit 6: Thermodynamics
Changes of State. Is the change of a substance from one physical form to the other All changes of states are physical changes, this means that the identity.
Energy and Temperature Scales Calculations and Conversions.
Heat and Thermal Energy AC Physical Science 2009.
Vocab Heat Transfer Phase.
Fahrenheit (°F) Celsius (°C) Kelvin (K) Fill in the chart below using your Earth Science Reference Tables.Earth Science Reference Tables
Thermal Energy Heat.
Chapter 2 Section 3 Go through this power point with your partner, taking notes and discussing the material as you progress through the paper.
Temperature Feeling hot, hot, hot….. Temperature Temperature – a measurement of how much kinetic energy the particles contain.
Solid Liquid Gas Plasma Solid Liquid Gas Plasma.
14.1. When scientists think about temperature, they are thinking about particles in motion Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy.
Do not copy any notes in light green lettering! Physical Change Change in size, shape or physical state that does not change actual substance.
Temperature and Heat. Kinetic theory of matter What is Kinetic Energy? The energy of motion. What is Matter? The combination of particles in a substance.
Pre-AP Physics Unit 6: Thermodynamics. “Thermodynamics” Is derived from Greek meaning “movement of heat.”
Changes of State Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma, Bose- Einstein Condensate.
Heat and TemperatureSection 1 SPS7.c Determine the heat capacity of a substance using mass, specific heat, and temperature.
Section One Energy Energy: is the capacity to do some kind of work, such as moving an object. Examples: No matter how energy is defined, it is always involved.
Matter and Energy Pg All physical and chemical changes involve a change in energy Energy goes in or energy comes out. If energy goes in.
Changes of State.
Energy, Temperature, and Kinetic Energy. States of matter Solids fixed volume and shape particles are held tightly in place particles vibrate slightly.
Final Jeopardy Question Scientific method 1 Change of State 500 Odds and Ends Temperature Scientific method
Phase Changes What did one water molecule say to another water molecule about vapor? Don’t worry it’s just a phase he’ll cool down.
Topic: Temperature Conversion and Specific Heat.
Chapter 8 States of Matter. Objective: Describe three states of matter.
Specific Heat and Thermal Energy Transfer Chp. 6 and 16 notes continued.
Thermal Energy vs. Temperature
Temperature vs. Heat. Thermal Energy The total potential and kinetic energy of the particles in a system make up thermal energy. The kinetic energy comes.
Physical Science Mr. Moss RHS. When 2 states are present at the same time, we describe each as a phase. Here, we see 2 phases of water: ◦ Solid Phase.
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