Reflection: Unit Exams Introduction to States of Matter - Section 2: Intro -- Test Debrief

 
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Introduction to States of Matter

Unit 3: Intermolecular Forces
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Objective: SWBAT observe energy changes in a freezing-melting system.

Big Idea: To freeze milk into ice cream, students must have something to absorb thermal energy from the milk.

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