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It's particles are packed tightly together.
a) Solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma
It has no definite shape or volume.
a) Solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma
Seeing your breath on a cold day
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
A nail rusting
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
Temperatures ___________ when an object freezes. The motion of the molecules __________.
a) Decrease, decrease. b) Decrease, increase. c) Increase, decrease d) Increase, increase
An object has a mass of 20g and a volume of 5mL. What is the density of that object?
a) 0.25mL b) 0.25g/mL c) 4mL d) 4g/mL
Temperatures ________ when ice cream melts. The motion of the molecules _________.
a) Increase, increases. b) Increase, decreases c) Decrease, decreases d) Decrease, increases
Cleaning pennies with vinegar
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
Which is NOT an example that proves that molecules are made of tiny particles that are always in motion.
a) Tables,books and papers. b) Smelling vanilla from inside a balloon. c) Food coloring spreading out inside of a glass of water. d) Air freshener.
Burning paper
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
Two physical properties of an apple.
a) Malleable and reactive b) Flammable and reactive c) Red and ductile. d) Has luster and is red
Two chemical properties of matter of a firework exploding would be?
a) Flammable and reactive b) Change of color and ductile c) Malleable and flammable d) Explosive and color change
A object has a mass of 6g and a volume of 3mL. What is the density?
a) 0.5 g/mL b) 2g/mL c) 2 g d) 0.5mL
Leaves changing color
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
Breaking a dish
a) Physical change b) Chemical change c) d)
What is matter?
a) Everything is matter b) Living things are matter c) Anything that has mass and takes up space is matter d) Only things that take up space have matter
Its particles can change position by sliding past one another.
a) Solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma
It's found at high temperatures and pressure.
a) Solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma
A substance changes from a gas to a liquid.
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Sublimation d) Freezing
A substance changes from a liquid to a solid.
a) Condensation b) Evaporation c) Sublimation d) Freezing
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