The invisible motion of still objects - Ran Tivony
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Ever wonder how molecules move in solids, liquids and gases? Visit this site and take a look at the images provided and read about the packing and movement of molecules in each of these states of matter. Veritasium also has a great lesson on States of Matter. How does the packing molecules and their movement in a solid differ from those in a gas or a liquid? Could you explain it to a friend?
"Absolute zero": What does that mean? Can you define it? PBS Nova provides some great resources about absolute zero. Visit the site, scroll through it, and take a look at all the information provided. Next, watch and learn from Hank Green and the SciShow’s Absolute Zero: Absolute Awesome video.
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