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Calorimeters and calorimetry (8)
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Heat transfer (35)
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This case study uses the example of ice in fresh and salt water- in which type of water would ice melt more quickly? The lesson helps students explore the concepts of density, heat transfer, conduction and convection....
A calculator that estimates the heating needs of a room, a combination of rooms, or an entire home. Enter the length and width of the area to be heated and select the climate and insulation factors from the pop-up...
The Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Workshop (MAST) provides this activity to illustrate the heat energy that is given off during the oxidation of iron. The class will analyze commercial hand warmers and the...
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, provides an elementary introduction and overview of potential and kinetic energy, and a discussion of transformations of other forms of energy. A lesson plan and...
The Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Workshop (MAST) provides this activity to look at the ways in which energy is released in chemical reactions. The class will examine plaster of paris, bromthymol blue and...
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