States of Matter and Change of State Lab

States of Matter and Change of State Lab
States of Matter and Change of State Lab
States of Matter and Change of State Lab
States of Matter and Change of State Lab
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Students will measure the temperature of a beaker of liquid as a piece of dry ice is placed in the liquid. There is a very aggressive change in temperature and students really like the dramatic change they can observe. After collecting their data, students will create a graph showing the temperature over time and answer a number of discussion questions.

Supplies needed: Piece of dry ice (available at most grocery stores), 1 container of juice per 50 students (juice has a more interesting reaction and gives more for students to observe compared to water), 1 beaker per group, 1 thermometer per group

Very cool lab! The students really enjoy doing this (just make sure they're wearing goggles and gloves while handling the dry ice).
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3 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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