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|Title||Gases Understanding physical properties of gases (Inquiry Based)|
|Description||The students will use the simulation to learn the goals through an inquiry approach. This is a revised version of 3 activities I used to use. My students used States of Matter in Physics and also my Balloons and Bouyancy activity. There are clicker questions. Learning Goals:Students will be able to:Describe a molecular model of gas pressure.Describe what happens to the measurable quantities if changes to the gas system are made. Changes can be adding/removing molecules or heat, increasing/decreasing volume or pressure & Make sense of the measurable quantities of gases by analyzing examples of macroscopic (visible) things that are similar. Explain using physics what is happening on a molecular level when changes are made to a gas system.|
|Level||High School, Undergrad - Intro|
|Type||Concept Questions, Homework, Lab|
|Keywords||Gases, Liquids, Solids, chemistry, molecule, phet activity, pressure|
|Simulation(s)||Gesekan, Sifati Gas, Wujud Zat|
|School / Organization||PhET CU Boulder|