Scientific Eye Series 4 (1997)
A series of five school science programmes, each of which examines a single topic and uses individual stories, computer graphics, animation and demonstrations to illustrate more general scientific ideas.
The programmes are: The Greenhouse effect; Variety and survival; Solids, liquids and gases; Variables; Machines.
1. What do liquids and gases need to keep their shape?
2. Why did the cyclist need all three states of matter to fix his tyre?
3. Can solids take the shape of a container? Give an example.
4. Describe a test for gases.
5. How did the van detect gas leaks?
6. Where does water exist naturally in all three states. Explain.
7. What is a snowflake?
8. How does frost form?
9. What happens when liquid water warms up?
10. Is it the same as what happens in the bottle of cold drink?
11. Why can’t we use a hand lens e to look at dissolved substances?
12. What happened to the solid paint when it got pushed?
13. Name a few other substances that behave halfway between solids and liquids.
14. Why does quick sand behave like a liquid?
15. How did the egg white liquid become a solid?
16. Name a few substances that are mixtures between liquids and gases.
17. List three ways of getting rid of harmful waste.
18. Do you think these are safe methods?
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