Posted: September 20th, 2022

Which of these gases are greenhouse gases?

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https://emaillynn-my.sharepoint.com/:w:/g/personal/nsartoretti_email_lynn_edu/EaTxNgRkQhZMmyQJFWtwRWgBedFdwUG6-dJxmIu-I3tHxw?e=nja7Ov EXPLORING INTERACTIONS OF MATTER WITH LIGHT Adapted from Palmer, A. (2014) Exploring interactions of matter with light https://phet.colorado.edu/en/contributions/view/3972 PART 1: GETTING STARTED Use the Phet Molecules and light simulation Explore all of the controls in the simulation for about 5 minutes. Click on different things and figure out what each one does. Identify what each atom in the molecules are. (For example, orange is oxygen) PART 2: “LIGHT” IN THE SIMULATION Rank the electromagnetic radiation (microwave, infrared, visible, ultraviolet) in the simulation in terms of energy, wavelength, and frequency. Energy Wavelength Frequency PART 3: INTERACTION OF LIGHT AND MATTER Look carefully at the molecules that are in the simulation. Answer the following questions: Which of these gases are greenhouse gases? Which of these are the main components of our atmosphere? Create a hypothesis for these questions: which gases will be affected by the high energy radiation? (visible light and ultraviolet)? Which of these gases will be affected by the low energy radiation? (microwave and infrared)? Examine how different photons in the simulation affect each molecule. Record your observations for each combination in a few descriptive words. Microwave Infrared Visible Light Ultraviolet CO N2 O2 CH4 CO2 H2O NO2 O3 Which molecule(s) were not affected by any of the radiation in the sim? Why might this be important? (Hint: think about what molecules are commonly found in our air and atmosphere) Examine your observations above and summarize the effects of each kind of radiation on the molecules in the simulation. Think about the types of atoms in each molecule. Microwave Infrared Visible Light Ultraviolet Effect(s) on Molecules

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