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  1. Jigsaw Project Abby Bjerke, Ally Bethke, Tori Turk, Caroline Stethers, David Haugen

  2. Wavelengths • The distance between corresponding points of two consecutive waves is called a wavelength.Corresponding points refers to two points or particles in the same phase—i.e., points that have completed identical fractions of their periodic motion. • Usually, in transverse waves (waves with points that move at right angles to the direction of their advance), wavelength is measured from crest to crest or from trough to trough. • In longitudinal waves (waves with points vibrating in the same direction as their advance), it is measured from compression to compression or from rarefaction to rarefaction.

  3. Wavelengths • The distance between corresponding points of two consecutive waves is called a____________.Corresponding points refers to two points or particles in the same phase-i.e., points that have completed identical fractions of their_________ _________. • Usually, in ___________ ______(waves with points that move at ______ ______to the direction of their advance), wavelength is measured from crest to ______or from trough to trough. • In __________ ______(waves with points vibrating in the same direction as their advance), it is measured from compression to compression or from rarefaction to___________.

  4. Sublimation • Sublimation- the process of a solid changing directly to a vapor with out forming a liquid. • Example: When heated, Iodine (a shiny purple-gray solid at room temperature) changes directly to a purple vapor. Room Temp. 113.5 degrees Celsius

  5. Sublimation • Sublimation- the process of a _____ changing directly to a _____ with out forming a _____. • Example: When heated, ______ (a shiny purple-gray solid at ___________) changes directly to a purple vapor.

  6. Noble Gases • The six noble gases are located in group eighteen of the periodic table. These elements were considered to be inert gases until the 1960's, because their oxidation number of 0 prevents the noble gases from forming compounds readily. All noble gases have the maximum number of electrons possible in their outer shell (2 for Helium, 8 for all others), making them stable. • Helium • Neon • Argon • Krypton • Xenon • Radon

  7. Noble Gases • The six noble gases are located in group _______of the periodic table. These elements were considered to be _____ gases until the 1960's, because their oxidation number of _prevents the noble _____ from forming compounds readily. All noble gases have the maximum number of ______possible in their outer shell (2 for Helium, 8 for all others), making them____. • _____ • Neon • Argon • Krypton • _______ • Radon

  8. Light Waves Travel through Matter • Waves, rhythmic motions by which energy, including light and sound, is transmitted through matter or space. Only electromagnetic waves, such as radio, light, and infrared waves, can pass through a vacuum. Other kinds of waves can travel only through matter, such as air or water. • Waves transmit energy, but not matter. When waves pass through a substance, such as air, the molecules that make up the substance move to and fro but do not progress forward with the wave.

  9. Light Waves Travel through Matter • Waves, _______ motions by which energy, including light and sound, is transmitted through matter or _____. Only ____________waves, such as radio, light, and infrared waves, can pass through a vacuum. Other kinds of waves can travel only through matter, such as ___ or water. • Waves transmit ______, but not matter. When waves pass through a substance, such as air, the ________ that make up the substance move to and fro but do not progress _______ with the wave. http://www.brainpop.com/science/energy/waves/