Phase Change Game
In the Phase Change game, players match the sequence of phases in each target by adding or removing energy to affect particle motion and IMFs.
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Players must heat or cool particles by adding or removing energy to satisfy the phase change of the targets.
Players will break or form IMFs between particles during a phase change. The stronger the IMF, the more energy required to break it.
Players will observe that phase changes occur at a constant temperature.
Intermolecular Forces & Phase Change
In these connected levels, there are molecules missing from the bank. Players must return to the IMFs game to build the molecules that they need in order to match the sequence of phases in each target.
Players must build molecules in the Intermolecular Forces game that have IMFs that allow for the phase change needed to correctly match the targets. Players are prompted to think about how IMF strength affects the amount of energy released or used during the breaking and forming of IMFs during phase change. The stronger the IMFs, the more energy released when forming these IMFs.
Ionic Bonding & Phase Change
In these connected levels, there are ionic compounds missing from the bank. Players must return to the Ionic Bonding game to build the ionic compounds that they need in order to match the sequence of phases in each target.
Players must build and send ionic compounds that can be used in the phase change game given the energy provided. Once built, players can send these compounds through the pipe, heat or cool the compound, and break or form ionic bonds to change phases and satisfy the target.