Pressure in liquids

This lesson explores pressure in liquids. We will deepen our understanding using the particle model.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which is the best definition of diffusion?

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Q2.In which states of matter can diffusion happen?

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Q3.Why can't diffusion happen in solids?

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Q4.Which two of the following factors affect the rate of diffusion?

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Q5.What will an increased temperature do to the rate of diffusion?

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Q6.Why does a change in temperature affect the rate of diffusion?

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Q7.What effect does decreasing the concentration gradient have on the rate of diffusion?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which is the best definition of diffusion?

1/7

Q2.In which states of matter can diffusion happen?

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Q3.Why can't diffusion happen in solids?

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Q4.Which two of the following factors affect the rate of diffusion?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q5.What will an increased temperature do to the rate of diffusion?

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Q6.Why does a change in temperature affect the rate of diffusion?

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Q7.What effect does decreasing the concentration gradient have on the rate of diffusion?

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Pressure in Liquids

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Q1.Complete the sentence, "Pressure in Liquids acts ..."

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Q2.Complete the sentence, "Pressure in liquids decreases with ..."

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Q3.Why are dam walls built thicker at the bottom?

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Q4.Which statement is correct?

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Q5.Why do submarines need reinforced hulls?

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Q6.We say that the forces from pressure in liquids act in which directions to a surface? (Tick 4 boxes)

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Quiz:

Pressure in Liquids

Complete the quiz to check your understanding of the lesson

Q1.Complete the sentence, "Pressure in Liquids acts ..."

1/6

Q2.Complete the sentence, "Pressure in liquids decreases with ..."

2/6

Q3.Why are dam walls built thicker at the bottom?

3/6

Q4.Which statement is correct?

4/6

Q5.Why do submarines need reinforced hulls?

5/6

Q6.We say that the forces from pressure in liquids act in which directions to a surface? (Tick 4 boxes)

Select four (4) boxes

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Lesson summary: Pressure in liquids

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