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# Collision Theory

## Explains how materials can collide and become new materials

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## Collision Theory

Explains the idea of collision theory.
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## Collision Theory

Collision Theory Interactive
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## Collision Theory

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a helpful video explaining collision theory. Courtesy of: IsaacsTEACH
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## Collision Theory Animation

Shows how certain factors speed up reactions that occur because of collisions.
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## Collision Theory Quiz

Quiz on Collision Theory
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## Making Friends

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## Loose Ball

Learn about the relationship between collision theory and football fumbles.
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## Crash!

Learn about factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction, using collisions between students in a school hallway as an analogy.
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## Collision Theory and Activation Energy

A study guide to help review the Collision Theory, Activation Energy, and the affect of Catalysts.
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