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Kinetic Theory and the States of Matter

Kinetic Theory and the States of Matter

Author: Aaron Flores
Description:

IPC TEKS 

5A: recognize and demonstrate that objects and substances in motion have kinetic energy such as vibration of atoms, water flowing down a stream moving pebbles, and bowling balls knocking down pins

6A: recognize and demonstrate that objects and substances in motion have kinetic energy such as vibration of atoms, water flowing down a stream moving pebbles, and bowling balls knocking down pins

7A:  investigate changes of state as it relates to the arrangement of particles of matter and energy transfer

 

A look at some of the major concepts of the Kinetic Theory and how they pertain to the states of matter. 

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Tutorial

States of Matter

A tour through the main characteristics of the various states of matter.

Source: Personal

Kinetic Theory

An introduction to the main tenets of kinetic theory and what they mean for matter.

Source: Personal

Kinetic Theory and the States of Matter

A more detailed look at the relationship between the states of matter and kinetic theory with demonstrations.

Source: Channel: MindSetLearn on YouTube