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Sernav Intermolecular Forces and States of Matter - Interactive Lecture Demonstration
Danasîn This interactive lecture demonstration has the following learning goals - Students will be able to: (a) Distinguish between kinetic energy (KE), potential energy (PE) and total energy; (b) Apply the terms low and high PE for objects attracted to each other; (c) Identify electrostatic interactions as the force affecting the PE of atoms and molecules; (d) apply the terms low and high PE for atoms attracted to each other, resulting in bonds with different bond enthalpies; (e) Describe, at the particle-level, what happens during a phase change; (f) Apply the terms KE and PE for states of matter; (g) Connect particle-level descriptions of matter, including different phases, with macroscopic observations/properties.
Mijar Kîmya
Ast Zanîngeh - Destpêk
Cure Pêşkêşî
Dem 60 xulek
Bersîvan Dihewîne Na
Ziman Îngilizî
Peyvên Girîng bonding, density, electrostatic force, energy, kinetic energy, phase change, potential energy, states of matter
Şêwekar Atomic Interactions (HTML5), Hevkarîgeriya Gerdîleyan (Atoman), Parka Xijxijka Wize, States of Matter (HTML5), Rewşên Made, States of Matter: Basics (HTML5), Rewşên Made: Bingehîn


Nivîskar Ted Clark, Julia Chamberlain
E-peyama Peywendiyê yuenying.carpenter@colorado.edu
Dibistan / Organîzasyon PhET
Şandin 11/5/14
Rojanekirin 12/28/16