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Final NB 2016-2017 Turley

LG:The students will

LG:The students will learn what are the factors that determine and characteristics that distinguish gases liquids and solids and how substances change from one state to another. Name: Alexus Turley Name: Marisa Moser Grade: States of Matter Project You and you lab partner are going to create a study aid in the form of a game for the information in Chapter 13 States of Matter. First, each of you, independently from each other, will summarize the chapter on 3 pages of a pdf which will be submitted in Angel by the end of class on Wednesday Feb 22. Second, you and you lab partner will be given a game platform which you will use for your questions and answers, either Jeopardy or Kahoot. Third, you will fill in the information at the bottom of this page with your username, passwords and/or websites so that you do not forget this and I have a copy in case anything gets misplaced. This page will be submitted into Angel as a Word Document on Wednesday February 22 during class. Fourth, you will use your notes to generate the questions and answers. Finally you will give me access to your game by putting the website or Game Number on this page adding this page to your 3 pages of notes and resubmitting it in Angel as a pdf by the end of the class on Friday Feb 24. This page is due by the end of class on Wednesday February 22. This Project is due by the end of class on Friday February 24. Jeopardy ( Password: Edit Link: Play Link: Kahoot ( Username: lexixtx99 Email: Password:turley123 Game PIN: 110

The Learning Goal for this assignment is: The students will learn what are the factors that determine and characteristics that distinguish gases liquids and solids and how substances change from one state to another. Take note over the following chapter. Use the Headings provided to organize your notes. Define and number all highlighted vocabulary (total 23 ) as well as summarize the sections. You may add pictures where needed. The pictures should be an appropriate size. Use Arial 12 for all text. This document should be 3 pages and should be saved as a pdf before you submit it into Angel. 13.1 The Nature of Gases Chapter 13 States of Matter Pages 420 - 439 Kinetic Theory and a Model for Gases Kinetic energy 1 - is the energy an object has because of its motion. Kinetic theory 2 - is the theory that all matter consists of tiny particles that are in constant motion. -Three assumptions of the kinetic theory as it applies to gasses 1. The particles in a gas are considered to be small, hard spheres with an insignificant volume. 2. The motion of the particles in a gas is rapid, constant, and random. 3. All collisions between particles in a gas are perfectly elastic. -During an elastic collision kinetic energy is transferred without loss of particles and the kinetic energy remains constant. -The reason gases don’t have a definite shape comes from the constant moving particles. Gas Pressure Gas pressure 3 - Results from the force exerted by a gas per unit surface area of an object. Vaccum 4 - Empty space with no pressure or no particles. Atmospheric Pressure 5 - The amount of collisions of atoms and molecules in the air. Barometer 6 - Device that is used to measure atmospheric pressure. Pascal(Pa) 7 - The SI unit of pressure which represents very small amounts of pressure. Standard Atmosphere 8 - The amount of pressure required to support 760 mm of mercury in a mercury barometer at 25 C. Numerical Relationship:1 tam = 760mm Hg= 101.3 KPa -Moving bodies exerts this type of force when they collide with other bodies. -The particles are moving bodies in a gas, but only exert small forces among collisions. -Kinetic theory can help explain gas theory because gas pressure is the result of billions of rapidly moving particles in a gas simultaneously colliding with an object. Kinetic Energy and Temperature -Particles absorb energy upon being heated. -When the energy is being stored within the particle this is known as potential energy. -the increase of kinetic energy results in an increase of temperature. For Example- When boiling a pot of water, the kinetic energy will increase as the energy increases causing a liquid to evaporate into a gas. -average kinetic energy is a range based on the different levels of kinetic energy and the one that is most common based on temperature. -The kelvin temperature represents the relationship between the temperature and the amount of kinetic energy. 111

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