Edexcel - syllabus


Edexcel - Solids, liquids & gases documents.


Practical investigations.




a)
S, l & g units

b)
Density & pressure

c)
Change of state

d)
Ideal gas molecules





All Solids, liquids & gases worksheets.


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Anders Celsius
Swedish Astronomer
( )
Quantity - Temperature
Unit - degrees Celsius (0C)
Blaise Pascal
French Mathematician & Physicist
( )
Quantity -Pressure
Unit - pascal (Pa)
or newtons/meter2 (N/m2)
Lord Kelvin
British physicist & engineer
( )
Quantity - Absolute temperature
Unit - kelvin (K)
The States of matter.
Changes of state.











Quantity
(symbol)
Unit
(symbol)
b) Density and pressure.
c) Change of state.
d) Ideal gas molecules.
Wikipedia - Galileo thermometer



Temperature
Temperature
Energy
Distance (m)
Area (m2)
Volume (m3)
Mass (kg)
Density (kg/m3)
Force (newtons)
Pressure (N/m2 or Pascal)
Speed (m/s)
Acceleration (m/s2)
T
T
E
s or d
A
V
m
rho
F
P
u or v
a
degrees C
Kelvin
joules
metres
metres squared
metres cubed
kilograms
kilograms/metre cubed
newtons
newtons/metre sq or pascal
metres/second
metres/second squared
0C
K
J
m
m2
m3
kg
kg/m3
N
N/m2 or Pa
m/s
m/s2
Density practical.
Phet - Density
Wikipedia - Density
Pressure - Sucking through a straw.
Phet - Under pressure - liquids
Phet - pressure flow of liquids
Pressure in liquids - Water tower
Phet - States of Matter
S-cool - Pressure in solids, liquids and gases
Phet - Gas properties
S-cool - Brownian motion
Brownian motion applet.
Wikipedia - Atmospheric Pressure
S-cool - Pressure in solids, liquids and gases.
Pressure on solids - crushing an egg
Pressure in gases - Can crushing experiment
Explanation - collapsing can
Crushing a steel drum.
Real life can crush.