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When boiling water begins to turn to steam, which of the following remains the same in both the liquid and the vapor?
a) phase b) density c) volume d) temperature
Frozen CO2, or or dry ice, is different from CO2 gas in the atmosphere because it has….
a) no mass b) a fixed shape c) a lower density d) no fixed volume
Atoms in a gaseous state have
a) less mass than atoms in a liquid state b) less volume than atoms in a liquid state c) more energy than atoms in a liquid state d) stronger atomic bonds than atoms in a liquid state
You are heating water in a beaker. How would you describe the change in energy and speed of the water molecules as the water get hotter?
a) The energy and speed both increase. b) The energy and speed do not change c) The energy increases while the speed decreases d) The energy stays the same while the speed increases
When comparing the freezing point and boiling point of different substances the
a) boiling point is always lower b) freezing point is always lower c) freezing and boiling points are sometimes the same d) specific substance will determine how they compare
Of the different states of matter listed below, which is typically the most dense?
a) gas b) solid c) liquid d) plasma
Atoms in a solid state could best be compared to a group of people
a) sitting on a crowded bus b) jogging around an outdoor track c) running around a large field playing soccer d) working a different stations in a classroom
When a substance changes from any state of matter to another it is called
a) sublimation b) condensation c) absolute zero d) a phase change
Atoms in a gaseous state could best be compared to a group of people
a) sitting on a crowded bus b) jogging around an outdoor track c) running around a large field playing soccer d) working at different stations in a classroom
Which of the following best describes the particles in a liquid?
a) The particles are barely moving. b) The molecules are not moving at all. c) Moving faster than gas particles. d) Moving faster than solid particles.
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