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As a teacher, particles are one of the first topics I teach pupils upon entering High School. This hub investigates the weird and wonderful world of particles. How do you draw particle diagrams? How many states of matter are there? What is Plasma? What is absolute zero?


A colourful worksheet for year 7 or 8 pupils on drawing particle diagrams. Includes tips on how to draw particle diagrams, avoiding some common misconceptions (eg. particles not touching in a liquid) and a 7 question worksheet to check understanding.


The particle diagrams illustrate volume (size of the box drawn), amount of gas (number of particles drawn), temperature (motion lines on particles), and pressure (collisions or bounces with the container). The activities described here are simple ways to have students practice the skill of drawing particle diagrams.


Draw two particle diagrams: before and after acetic acid and sodium bicarbonate mix in the ChemCo reaction.


9.23.13 - Reaction Particle Diagram, Stoichiometry (limiting reactants and yield), and Empirical Formulas Reaction Particle Diagram The main idea of the Reaction Particle Diagram was to learn the standard way of drawing particle diagrams. When given a reaction, you must... 1. Balance the equation


Particle Diagrams •Elements and compounds can be represented using particle diagrams, which is a box in which colored balls are draw to represent atoms or molecules. •These diagrams can represent elements and compounds, as well as their molecular composition by the types of balls and how they are connected.


You have to " Use detailed particle diagrams and the big idea of energy transfer to explain how the ear defenders work" Also, we have to draw a picture of the ear . asked by Paiigee (: on October 20, 2008; science. how do ear defenders work . asked by Anonymous on July 8, 2010; need diagram of an ear


Draw a box for your diagram. Then show magnesium in your box (it is a solid so the particles are tightly packed). Draw another box and show oxygen (it is a gas so the particles will be far apart ...