gases_fact_sheet

gases_fact_sheet - cars 5. This gas is used in hospitals...

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My Gases Fact Sheet Learning Objective: I will be able to identify many different gases, how they are important and how we use them. We often do not know a lot about gases because they are invisible. Think of how we use gases in everyday life. Can you match the different gases and their uses? 1. A gas that makes balloons float nitrous oxide 2. This gas is used in some light bulbs nitrogen 3. This gas helps to make the foam helium that fire-fighters use 4. A gas that is put in the tyres of racing nitrogen
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Unformatted text preview: cars 5. This gas is used in hospitals for argon anaesthetics 6. A gas that is put into bags of crisps to carbon dioxide stop them getting squashed Can you think of other ways these gases are used? Your next task is to make a chart with questions about these gases written on flaps with the answer under the flap. Can you design a fun, colourful and interesting question board? Teacher answers: 1. helium 2. argon 3. carbon dioxide 4. nitrogen 5. nitrous oxide 6. nitrogen...
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