Fluid viscosity flow rate mass Volume density force Newton (N)
Balanced forces unbalanced forces average density
In addition to the resources at the end of each outcome, you are also expected to have read and be familiar with the related information, diagrams and charts in the text book in chapters 7, 8 and 9)
2.1 Use the particle theory of matter to compare solids, liquids and gases.
2.2 What are some examples of fluids in everyday life? (notes, text)
2.3 How does the viscosity of a fluid relate to the amount of friction between the particles?
2.4 What are some examples of viscosity on everyday life? (notes)
Core STSE: Cleaning Fluids, Soaps and Detergents
2.5 Use examples to discuss the relationship between flow rate and viscosity. (foldable, lab)
Core Lab 7-2B: The Flow Rate of Liquids
2.6 Use examples to explain how the viscosity of fluids relates to their use. (notes)
2.7 Use the particle theory of matter to explain how temperature, concentration and strength of attraction influence a liquid’s resistance to flow. (notes, class demonstration)
2.8 Use the particle theory of matter to explain the relationship between state of matter and density. (foldable)
2.9 Identify the relationship between density, mass and volume (hint: equation, foldable)
2.10 Use D = m/V in calculations. (foldable)
2.11 Explain how to calculate the density of irregular shaped objects, liquids, gases, and regularly shaped objects. (foldable)
2.12 Calculate the density of an irregularly shaped object. (Act. 8-2A)
Core Lab 8-2B: Determining Density
2.13 Use examples to describe how changes in temperature affect density.
2.14 Give examples of where density changes naturally or intentionally.