Describes the three states of water. Show the ways water changes its state as it moves through the multiple pathways of the hydrologic cycle.
Everyone is familiar with liquid water, ice and water vapour, but what are the differences between these three states of matter? Solids, liquids and vapours of the same substance differ in the motion of the molecules and the distance between them. Watch to learn more.
Reviews the solid, liquid, and gaseous states of water.
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For ice sculpture artists to make the best ice sculptures they must really understand the science of ice.
Mpemba Effect is that warm water sometimes freezes faster than cold water. That could happen under some circumstances.
Students will explore the phenomena of snowflake uniqueness; they will learn how they grow, grow their own snowflakes, dissect the myth, and predict what extraterrestrial snowflakes might look like.
Looks at what happens to water that is cooled below freezing point but does not freeze.
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