Lessons for Particle

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  • Bubbles in the Hot Tub A Guide to Getting In and Out of Hot Water - … hands-on investigations, students will be introduced to the particle theory. The particle theory will then serve as the foundation for students … knowledge. 2 Particle Play The students will use the particle theory to make predictions and interpret changes in matter. The particle theory will … . Now add some salt particles to the water. The salt particles are much smaller than the water particles and they easily slip into …
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  • Simple Coulter Counter - … sensing zone particle counter to count an unknown number of particles in a sample of "paint" to determine if enough particles per ml … , Coulter principle, electric sensing zone, electricity, electrolytes, graphing, hematology, particle characterization, particle counting, particle sizing, red blood cells, resistance, resistive sensing, water Reviews … is the application? What particles are being counted? Where are the particles found? Are any other properties of the particles measured? For what …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Turning Up The Heat - … up of particles. 2. All particles are in constant motion. 3. The attractive forces that exist between particles increase as the particles move closer towards each other. 4. Pure substance particles are all the same. 5. The spaces between particles are larger than the particles
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  • The Dirt on Soil - … types. Sand: Large, gritty particles (Feels like sugar) Silt: Smaller, smooth particles (Feels like flour) Clay: Tiny particles, sticky when wet, forms hard … compare the particle size of the different types of soil. Sand: Sand has large particles like these marbles. Because these particles are large … and has large particles. Clay has the largest particles. Silt feels smooth like flour, it has medium sized particles. Sand particles pack very tightly …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • May the Magnetic Force be with You - … a magnetic field acts on a moving particle. Describe the motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field. Calculate the force … v0 and no other forces were acting on the particle. If the particle is moving along the field, the cross product of … , with no force acting on the particle (see figure A). Figure A Now consider a particle moving with a speed v in … energy of the particle. Over time, the velocity of the particle would change as shown: Figure B Notice that the particle maintains a …
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  • I Breathe WHAT?? - … with few particles, an area with many particles and an area with an intermediate number of particles. Count the number of particles in each … the particles seen through the microscope. Compute the average number of particles on the pollution detector by adding the number of particles counted … particles on each pollution detector with other pollution detectors to find areas with many particles in the air, and areas with fewer particles
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Matter for Minors - … : “Liquids also have particles, but their particles are different. Listen to this next segment to find out how the particles in liquids are … : “How are the particles in liquids different from solids?” (Answer: The particles in liquids are further apart than the particles in solids. There … learned so far.” THE PARTICLE DANCE Hey, hey it’s the particle dance Hey, hey it’s the particle dance (Snap fingers) I …
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  • Structure and Mechanism - … . Background Information The Particle Theory Understanding the particle theory will help students comprehend the dynamics of fluids. The particle theory consists of five … forces (that exist between two particles, which pull the particles towards each other), increase as the particles move closer towards each other. This … is because the particles are closer together. 4. The spaces between particles are large compared to the size of the particles themselves. Actually …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • "A BODY IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE" - … the food particle. Tell your students that this represents a food particle. 9) The students will then put the food particle (large, filled … the food particle. Tell your students that this represents a food particle. 9) The students will then put the food particle (large, filled … the food particle. Tell your students that this represents a food particle. 9) The students will then put the food particle (large, filled …
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  • Light on Trial: Wave or Particle? - … universe is expressed in the wave-particle duality. That is, electromagnetic waves have particle-like properties and particles have wave-like properties. Electromagnetic … of light? a. Particles travel in waves, and have wave properties. b. Waves do not have particle properties. c. Particles do not have wave properties. d. Waves and particles are not related. (Answer a. According to DeBroglie, particles travel …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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