Phases of Matter: Dry Ice Lab Report (Sublimation), Solid to Gas Experiment

Phases of Matter: Dry Ice Lab Report (Sublimation), Solid to Gas Experiment
Phases of Matter: Dry Ice Lab Report (Sublimation), Solid to Gas Experiment
Phases of Matter: Dry Ice Lab Report (Sublimation), Solid to Gas Experiment
Phases of Matter: Dry Ice Lab Report (Sublimation), Solid to Gas Experiment
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This is a simple, easy to use lab report using dry ice. Students are to test dry ice in 3 different ways and record a prediction, multiple observations and conclusion.
Experiment 1: What happens to dry ice in warm and cold water
Experiment 2: What happens to dry ice when a warm coin is pressed upon it
Experiment 3: Is a students choice lab- students are to create their own experiment that follows safety guidelines (listed on this report) using available classroom materials. They are to answer what they plan to test, how they plan to test it and what materials they will need. Then students will record a prediction, observations and conclusion.

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Predictions/Observations/Conclusions
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It is a two sided paper for easy printing. Includes safety guidelines and materials for the lab.

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2 pages
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45 minutes
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