### We found 185 reviewed resources for joules

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#### Heat and Chemical Change Problems

These fourteen questions require learners to calculate energy change in joules in certain circumstances and after specific reactions. A nice sheet to review math calculations and chemical enthalpy.

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#### Change of State Example

A problem from a chemistry textbook is posed on the screen. In this problem, ethanol is used to illustrate how much energy, in joules, is required to change a substance from a liquid to a gas. The boiling point of ethanol is given, and...

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#### What is Work?

In this work worksheet, learners will match vocabulary words with definitions: joule, Newton, force, and work. Then students will answer 8 problems based on the equation: work = force x distance.

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#### How Much Energy Is That Anyway?

The fifth instructional activity in the six part series introduces units of energy including calories, Calories, and joules. Scholars determine the energy released when eating a snack and during activity.

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#### Work and Power

In this power worksheet, students use the equations of power and work to complete 4 word problems. Students use the standard units of watts and joules.

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#### Exploring the Large Hadron Collider

On this physics handout, pupils read about the Hadron Collider used to make new sub-atomic particles by accelerating protons. They solve 6 math problems that include translating electron volts to Joules. This is geared toward high school...

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#### Heat and Chemical Change Problems

Provide practice calculating the amounts of heat required or released in reactions and converting between joules and calories with this worksheet. It is useful as an assessment or as a homework assignment.

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#### Video 8 - Work

The eighth video in a series about basic physics terms, a segment focuses on work. A strong man and a clown demonstrate work in action. After several examples and a defintion, the video closes by introducing joules as a unit of measure.

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#### Specific Heat

In this specific heat worksheet, students read about the amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of a substance. They are given the equation for calculating joules and they solve four problems using the equation.

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#### Ice Cream Lab

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Even high schoolers enjoy making ice cream. This laboratory exercise has them record the temperature changes throughout the process of liquid becoming solid, graph the results, and...

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#### Calculating Joules

In this calculating joules worksheet, students read about the relationship between mass, temperature change, specific heat and energy. They find the number of joules needed to heat water in five different problems using the given...

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#### Energy: The Universal Currency

Science stars examine the concept of energy by thinking about everyday situations. The lesson plan is incohesive. It lists goals for the student, but doesn't address all of them in the content. The best use of this resource would simply...

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#### Applications of Energy to the Real World

As an introduction to the concept of energy, this interesting and informative resource would be a terrific addition to a unit. Although there is quite a bit of information presented about kinetic energy, potential energy, and related...

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#### Work and Power

A combination of short-answer and problem-solving questions is presented here. Physics pupils define work and power and identify useful equations. They then apply the equations by calculating the amount of work done and power required in...

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#### How Does Work...Work?

What makes a clock tick or a bulb light up? The concept of work is explained to a backdrop of clever animation. Physics fans learn that the amount of work equals the product of the force and distance, and that the rate equals the amount...

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#### WS 7.5 Thermodynamics Concepts and Vocabulary

In this thermodynamics worksheet, students fill in the blanks with terms related to specific heat, calorimetry, phase changes, enthalpy, entropy and free energy.

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#### The Nature of Energy

Many important facts about energy are described in this chemistry PowerPoint. There are definitions for different types of energy, and information about certain important calculations and units. The show finishes with a link to a video...

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#### Work

Use these slides to review the concepts involved with work. If the students have had practical experience and a basic understanding of physics, then these pages will help outline the basics and reinforce newer applications. There is one...

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#### Energy, Work, and Power

In this energy worksheet, students review the equations to solve for work and power. Then students complete 10 matching, 14 fill in the blank, and 10 problems to solve.

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#### V, R, and I in Parallel Circuit

In this V, R, and I in parallel circuits worksheet, students calculate the total current, total voltage, and total resistance. Students match the correct term with the correct definition. Students also label several diagrams of series...

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#### Work and Machines

What would you be if you were attached to another object by an inclined plane wrapped helically around an axis? In this fourth presentation that covers work and simple machines, young physicists look at Newtons and Joules as well as...

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#### Defy Gravity

Test the limits of gravity while encouraging full class participation with this thrilling lesson. Pupils investigate the meaning of work and how it is equivalent to energy. They explore the joule and apply it as a unit of work. They...

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#### The Many Faces of Energy

In this energy worksheet, students are given a table of the many measurements of energy. They solve 6 problems converting from one measurement of energy to another using the conversion factors given.

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#### Basic Thermochemistry

Heat is more than just temperature, as viewers discover throughout a presentation about thermochemistry that emphasizes vocabulary. Definitions include joule, calorie, energy, enthalpy, calorimetry, exothermic and endothermic process,...