The Hindenburg Disaster

Unit 8: Matter and Atoms
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT explain that hydrogen (gas) is dangerous and helium (gas) is not.

Big Idea: The Hindenburg Disaster brought an end to the age of the rigid airship. The disaster killed passengers and crew members. But, what caused this disaster? How does understanding this disaster relate to properties of matter? Investigate and find out!

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Science, Hindenburg Disaster, physical properties of matter
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