Student Handout - States of Matter - EVELYN BAUTISTA-PABLO...

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Name:michael rizzo and evelyn bautista Procedure: Open the internet browser and enter the address: Click on “Play with Sims” and select “Chemistry” from the menu on the left. Open the “States of Matter” Simulation and select “Run Now” Investigation: 1. Predict what the molecules of a solid, liquid and gas look like. Illustrate your prediction with a drawing. Solid Liquid Gas 2. Complete the table below by exploring the “Solid, Liquid, Gas” tab in the simulation. Test your predictions and record your observations by recording the temperature and illustrations of each substance in the three states of matter. Substances Observations Solid Liquid Gas Neon Temperature: the heat rises from a 18k beginning and then goes higher Illustration: when you press the button and the temperature rises Temperature: it is at 26k but when you put more heat or it gets cooler the temperature changes Illustration:you press the heat and ice button Temperature: the little
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