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In this chemistry video, Sal teaches why work from expansion in an energy transfer takes up the space underneath the curved line of a PV Diagram. Pressure is on the left axis, and volume goes under the horizontal axis of the diagram. Sal draws the diagram, and simulates an energy transfer to prove the point.
You and your class will like this lesson. After watching a video depicting how visual models relate to volume and surface area of solid shapes, learners construct three-dimensional forms using nets. They calculate the surface area and volume for each and then draw them. Additional materials and videos are not included as hyperlinks, but web addresses are that can get you to them.
Students explore measurements. In this geometry instructional activity, students investigate the relationship between area, volume and weight. Students practice unit conversion within the context of a hands-on application. Students practice using a ruler and use the collected data to make predictions.
In this burette activity, students learn how to properly use a burette to perform a titration and they run 4 trials and indicate their data. Students find the initial volume, the final volume, the titre volume and the mean titre volume for each trial to find the end-point of the titrations.