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________ can be found by measuring the speed of molecules
a) temperature b) density c) volume d) mass
What happens to temperature as a change of state is occurring?
a) The temperature gets higher. b) The temperature remains the same until the change of state is complete. c) The temperature gets lower. d) No correct amswer is given.
How does cold weather affect a gas in a balloon?
a) The cold weather makes the particles in a gas to move faster. b) The cold weather does not affect the gas. c) The cold weather makes the particles in a gas to slow down. d) No correct answer is given.
What happens to dry ice when you pour warm water over it?
a) It causes the dry ice to sublimate and turn into a liquid. b) It causes the dry ice freeze. c) It causes the dry ice to sublimate and create fog. d) Nothing will happen to the dry ice.
The particles in steam have less energy than the particles in water.
a) true b) false c) no correct answer given d)
A change of state occurs when water boils.
a) true b) false c) no correct answer given d)
Particles in this state of matter start to move faster and slide past eachother as energy is added.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
A state of matter with a fixed volume, but not a fixed shape.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
Ice, water, and steam are states of matter.
a) true b) false c) no correct answer given d)
Dry ice is an example of a substance that goes through ______
a) melting b) sublimation c) liquid d) no correct answer given
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