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Self Assessment Checklist - Kinetic Particle Theory
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|a||Describe the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter.|
|b||Explain the interconversion of states of matter in terms of the kinetic particle theory and of the energy changes involved.|
|c||Explain the differences between boiling and evaporation.|
|d||Given the melting point and boiling point of a substance, determine the state of matter the substance exists in at a particular temperature.|
|e||Describe and explain evidence for the movement of particles in liquids and gases (using diffusion).|
|f||Explain everyday effects of diffusion in terms of particles, e.g. the spread of aroma; tea and coffee grains in water.|
|g||State qualitatively the effect of molecular mass on the rate of diffusion and explain the dependence of rate of diffusion on temperature.|