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 If heat is added, matter will change states in the following order: a) liquid-solid-gas b) solid-liquid-gas c) gas-liquid-solid d) gas-solid-liquid The molecules of a gas are most likely to be packed - a) lightly and far apart from each other b) tightly and right next to each other c) tightly, but slips past each other freely d) by UPS and sent next-day air. If a substance in the gas phase loses heat energy, it changes into a liquid. This change in phase is called - a) vaporization b) evaporation c) condensation d) sublimation The temperature at which a substance changes from the liquid phase to the solid phase is called - a) melting point b) freezing point c) solidification temperatures d) vaporization point Solar energy travels to the Earth through - a) conduction waves b) ultrasonic waves c) radiation waves d) convection waves The method of heat transfer occurring in boiling water INSIDE a pot is - a) fission b) convection c) conduction d) radiation As thermal (heat) energy is removed, molecules are arranged - a) tightly - free flowing - lightly, away from each other b) free flowing - tightly - lightly, away from each other c) lightly, away from each other - free flowing, like water - tightly, like ice d) most expensive - affordable - cheapest When frequency decreases, wavelengths - a) stay the same b) decrease c) increase d) double When wavelengths increase, frequencies a) stay the same b) decrease c) increase d) double When a section of a wavelength is packed tightly together, it's called - a) compression b) raretraction c) amplitude d) wavelength
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