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Unformatted text preview: NAME: CHANGING AND SEPARATING MATERIALS CONDENSATION AND EVAPORATION * Write in the correct labels: SOLID LIQUID GAS * Join up the correct labels to the diagrams The molecules are free to move around. They can spread around an open space quickly and freely. They can’t keep their shape unless they are kept in a sealed container. The molecules have weaker bonds. They can move around slightly so they can flow . They can’t keep their shape unless they’re in a container. The molecules are held together with strong bonds. They don’t move very easily so they can keep their own shape and size We set up a jam jar of hot water with a cling film cover and a bag of ice * Label the diagram * Draw on arrows to show the water vapour rising from the hot water * Draw droplets of water forming on the cold underside of the cling film. * Put the labels evaporation and condensation onto the diagram in the places where they are happening. * This jam jar is like a mini version of the ____________ _____________ CONDENSATION AND EVAPORATION * Write in the correct labels: SOLID LIQUID GAS * Join up the correct labels to the diagrams The molecules are free to move around. They can spread around an open space quickly and freely. They can’t keep their shape unless they are kept in a sealed container. The molecules have weaker bonds. They can move around slightly so they can flow . They can’t keep their shape unless they’re in a container. The molecules are held together with strong bonds. They don’t move very easily so they can keep their own shape and size We set up a jam jar of hot water with a cling film cover and a bag of ice * Label the diagram * Draw on arrows to show the water vapour rising from the hot water * Draw droplets of water forming on the cold underside of the cling film....
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