In the United States, motor vehicles cause around 75 percent of the carbon monoxide pollution, but how do we measure this pollution? The 21st video in a series of 30 discusses what we mean by molar volumes of gases. It covers why we need to know this information, how to solve for it, and includes key facts to remember.
- Review the fact that gases are a liquid before watching the video
- Have pupils use sticky notes or their science journals to answer the questions posed in the video
- Relies on prior knowledge of standard unit of measure, including moles
- Includes prompts to pause the video to answer questions before the correct answer is explained
- Connects the concept to balloons bursting and global warming