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Unformatted text preview: Name Period Date DISCUSS AIR AS PARTICLES 1. What is the air in the syringe and the air in the bubble made of? !\3 What happens to the air particles in the syringe when you push on the plunger? 3. What happens to the air particles in the bubble when you pull up on the plunger? 4. Are there more air particles in the bubble when it is compressed or when it is expanded? 5. When you push on the plunger, are the air particles closer together in the syringe or in the bubble? 6. What is between air particles? 7. What happens to air particles when a volume of air is compressed? When a volume of air expands? FOSS Chemical Interactions Course © The Regents of the University of California . Investigation 3: Particles Can be duplicated for classroom or workshop use. 25 Notebook Sheet ...
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