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Properties of Elements - Chapter Summary
Help your student get excited about chemistry by using these fun video lessons that teach them about density, conduction and chromatography. Quizzes at the end of every lesson make sure that your student understands the information presented. Lessons are always available, so your student will have no problem accessing information on topics like evaporation and condensation when they need it.
Chapter Lessons and Objectives
|What is Heat? - Definition & Explanation||This lesson defines heat and some of its properties.|
|What is Temperature? - Definition & Measurement||Students learn about temperature and ways to measure it.|
|Mechanisms of Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection & Radiation||This lesson covers the basics of how heat is transferred.|
|What is Evaporation? - Definition and Examples||Evaporation is covered in depth and students have the opportunity to identify this property in several examples.|
|What is Condensation? - Definition and Examples||Students study condensation and its effect.|
|The Processes of Melting & Freezing||At the end of this lesson, students should understand the differences between melting and freezing.|
|Density: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems||Instructors present the definition of density and how to calculate it.|
|Chromatography, Distillation and Filtration: Methods of Separating Mixtures||In this lesson, students learn some tactics to separate mixtures.|
|Water Displacement Method & Calculating Density||This lesson teaches students how to calculate density using the water displacement method.|
1. What is Heat? - Definition & Explanation
In this lesson, you will learn the definition of heat and find out how it differs from temperature. You will also explore practical applications of heat such as expansion, thermodynamics, heat transfer, specific heat, phase transitions, and heat engines.
2. What is Temperature? - Definition & Measurement
In the most intuitive terms, temperature refers to how hot or cold something is. Learn more about temperature as a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object and test your knowledge with quiz questions.
3. Mechanisms of Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection & Radiation
There are three main ways that heat is transferred between substances or objects. In this video lesson you'll learn about each one, and identify the differences between them.
4. What is Evaporation? - Definition & Examples
Evaporation is the process of a substance in a liquid state changing to a gaseous state due to an increase in temperature and/or pressure. Evaporation is a fundamental part of the water cycle and is constantly occurring throughout nature.
5. What is Condensation? - Definition & Examples
Condensation is the process of a substance in a gaseous state transforming into a liquid state. This change is caused by a change in pressure and temperature of the substance. In this lesson, you will learn about some examples and test your knowledge with a short quiz.
6. The Processes of Melting & Freezing
Substances can go through physical changes that don't change their chemical makeup. Two important phase changes are melting and freezing. You might think of these as being very different, but in reality they are very similar in several ways.
7. Chromatography, Distillation and Filtration: Methods of Separating Mixtures
What are some ways that mixtures can be separated? Watch this video to explore several examples of ways you can separate a mixture into its individual components.
8. Water Displacement Method & Calculating Density
Measuring the volume and density of irregular objects can be difficult. But there is a way to do this that doesn't require much work at all. In fact, all you need is some water, a scale, and a calculator to help you out.
9. Density: Definition, Formula & Practice Problems
In this lesson, you'll learn about density, the way in which density can be calculated from mass and volume, and that density of substances are constant. You'll get to calculate densities of various materials in different situations.
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