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Ages: 12 - 18
Lake Nyos Gas Density Demonstration
From YouTube, produced by Rod Benson
To avoid accidents, this experiment should be done by teachers in front of students, not by the students themselves. This is a great way to show students that carbon dioxide gas is heavier than air. It also helps them understand the unusual natural d... [more]
Found by Rod Benson in Density
November 24, 2008 at 10:53 AM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Irregular Objects Density Song
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In this video, Mr. Edmonds goes through all the steps to find the density of an irregular solid object. Some of the key vocabulary words include the following: irregular object, density, mass, grams, balance, volume, and graduated cylinder. This is a... [more]
Found by porter1526 in Density
September 24, 2011 at 10:08 AM
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Ages: 14 - 18
Intro to Chemistry: 1.1: Properties of Matter (2/2)
From YouTube, produced by Learning4Mastery
Join award winning teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams as they interactively teach Chemistry: 1.1: Properties of Matter.  Intensive Vs. Extensive properties are explained.  (04:41)
October 24, 2011 at 06:31 PM
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Ages: 11 - 18
Dealing with Density
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Mr. O from the Children's Museum in Houston explains density. He also includes a simple experiment at the end of thevideo. The video moves rapidly and may have to be stopped to allow the teacher to check for understanding. (04:20)
Found by BamaFan39 in Density
February 12, 2012 at 07:56 PM
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Ages: 10 - 18
How to Layer Liquids
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Video showing how to layer liquids using honey, dish soap, water, vegetable oil, and rubbing alcohol. No explanation of why (different densities of liquids), but clear directions for "how to." Demonstration set to music. (02:15)
Found by ZG in Density
July 12, 2009 at 09:28 AM
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Ages: 7 - 13
Ever Wonder Why Ice Floats on Water?
From YouTube, produced by Science Happens Here
When water freezes, it expands and becomes less dense. This means that there is the same number of particles taking up more space. Since the ice cubes are less dense than the water, they float! As an ice cube melts, its volume changes, but its weight... [more]
Found by begamatt in Density
February 24, 2011 at 07:58 PM
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Ages: 8 - 14
Density Bottle Experiment
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This video provides an interesting experiment to teach kids about density. A student shows how to experiment with density using a water bottle and various liquids.  An explanation is provided by the student (06:52)
Found by grazianione in Density
July 27, 2009 at 08:18 AM
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Ages: 10 - 18
Density and Temperature Experiment
From teachertube.com
This video demonstrates an experiment on how temperature affects density. Two baby food jars are used. One jar is filled with cold water and colored blue. The other jar is fillled with warm water and colored yellow. First a thin piece of plastic is p... [more]
November 27, 2010 at 09:24 AM
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