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Unit 6 - States of Matter

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Section
6.1  Kinetic Theory

Objectives

  1. List and explain the  basic assumptions of the kinetic theory.
  2. Differentiate among the four states of matter.

Activities

  • Discussion:  Kinetic Theory
  • Demonstration:  Kinetic theory
  • Worksheet:  Study Guide
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Video:  States of Matter

STANDARDS
UPC 3; B 6; E 2; G 1-3

Section
6.2  Solids

Objectives

  1. Describe characteristics of all solid substances.
  2. Explain the relationship of melting point to bonding type and to crystal type.

Activities

  • Discussion:  Solids
  • Demonstration:  Crystals
  • Worksheet:  Study Guide
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Laboratory: Crystals

STANDARDS
UPC 3; B 6; E 2; G 1-3

Section
6.3  Liquids

Objectives

  1. Explain the properties of liquids and changes of state in terms of the kinetic theory
  2. Determine the  relationship between energy and changes in state.

Activities

  • Discussion:  Liquids
  • Demonstration:  Liquids
  • Worksheet:  Study Guide
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Laboratory:  Melting point

STANDARDS
UPC 1, 3; A 1-2; B 5-6; E 2; G 1-3

Section
6.4 Gases

Objectives

  1. Describe the conditions of STP.
  2. Relate the laws of Boyle, Dalton, and Charles and perform calculations using these laws.
  3. Solve problems involving the change of more than one condition for gases.
  4. Use the ideal gas equation to compute the molecular mass of a gas from its mass temperature, pressure, and volume.
  5. Solve volume - mass, mass-volume, and volume-volume problems.   

Activities

  • Discussion:  Gases
  • Demonstration:  Gases
  • Worksheet: Study Guide
  • Textbook Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Laboratory:  Gases

STANDARDS
UPC 3; B 6; E 2; G 1-3


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