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Phase Changes

 
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This lesson will introduce a phase change diagram, and show how a substance changes from one phase to another.

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    Leo Qiu over 1 year ago

    this is a suggestion:
    improve this PowerPoint by including such info as if the process is endothermic or exothermic

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      Amanda Soderlind answered over 1 year ago

      Great suggestion! If I redo this tutorial in the future I will definitely include that. Thank you for the feedback. :)

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    Justin Guo over 1 year ago

    your so wrong on question 3

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      Cars0n Glasgow answered about 2 months ago

      no its right

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      Amanda Soderlind answered over 1 year ago

      Are you referring to question number 3 in the practice quiz?

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    Mike Duguay about 2 years ago

    I really like the way you grouped the + heat phase changes inside the triangle for melting and evaporation. I wonder if had you thought of using red and blue as text colors to reinforce this relationship as well as placing sublimation inside the triangle?

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      Amanda Soderlind answered over 1 year ago

      Thank you! That is a good suggestion, if I get a chance to redo this tutorial I will definitely take your suggestion!

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