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Density anomaly of water

Interactive

Simulation:
Density anomaly of water – simulation of the change in molecule structure as the temperature changes.

English, German
Interactive (1.9 MByte)
2021-06-25
Raising or lowering the temperature with the interactive thermometer simulates a change in the molecule structure, a densitometer shows how the density changes.

Information and ideas:
Students should realize that water has a lower density below 0 °C than in the liquid state. Water has its largest density at 4 °C and its lowest in a gaseous state above 100 °C.
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Chemistry; Physics
Grade 7 to 9; Grade 10 to 13
Middle/high school
Molecule; State of aggregation
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