Sugar, Solutes...Satisfaction!

Unit 4: Physical Properties: Molecular Arrangement and Phase Changes
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to explain how properties of reactants and products change after a reaction and explain how the motion of particles, temperature, and state of matter are affected by adding and removing thermal energy.

Big Idea: Students explore how solutes affect the freezing point of substances and how phases changes are related to the shift in thermal energy as they make ice cream!

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