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permeable - Permeable or Non Permeable? Can liquid or gas...

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Permeable or Non Permeable? Can liquid or gas pass through the material or not? Sometimes its not too clear - until you think a bit!
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Will the water pass through the sides of the boat? No because the sides of the boat are not permeable - they are impermeable . 1. What would you not make the boat out of and why?
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2. Is the roof of this house permeable or non permeable? Why? Its non permeable so that it keeps out the rain. It also helps to keep heat in. 5. Are the windows permeable? Explain They let light through - they are transparent but not permeable - liquids and gases cannot pass through the glass 3. Why would sponge be no good for the roof of a house? 4. Is sponge a solid? It is a solid - a soft solid with many holes in its surface
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6. Can you think of some things that are impermeable that you might find or have with you? 9. Is your skin permeable or impermeable - think carefully and discuss as a class. Give reasons for your ideas. 7. Can you think of anything permeable
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Terry during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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