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Which of the phases of matter can be compressed the easiest?
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
When pressure is applied to a liquid or a gas, it is called what
a) evaporation b) compression c) freezing d) thermal expansion
When heat is added to a substance and it increases in volume it is called what?
a) evaporation b) freezing c) thermal expansion d) compression
What happens to the particle of a substance when condensation occurs?
a) heat is taken away, the particles slow down and get closer together b) heat is added, the particles slow down and get closer together c) heat is taken away, the particles slow down and get farther apart d) heat is added, the particles speed up and get closer together
What happens to the particle of a substance when it freezes?
a) heat is added, the particles speed up and get closer together b) heat is taken away, the particles slow down and get farther apart c) heat is added, the particles slow down and get closer together d) heat is taken away, the particles slow down and get closer together
This state of matter has particles that are close togethe and vibrating a bit.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) liquid
If a cup of ice is left to sit until it melts, what is true about the mass of the ice compared to the mass of the water?
a) the mass of the ice would be greater b) the mass of the water would be greater c) the mass of the ice would be the same as the mass of the water d) it depends on the cup it is in
What happens to the density of a substance when it goes from a gas to a liquid?
a) there is no difference in the density b) it becomes less dense c) it becomes more dense d) you cannot tell from the info given
Calculating density of an object relies on what?
a) mass and color b) volume and shape c) volume and color d) volume and mass
Which of the following is a physical change?
a) popping a balloon b) mixing baking soda and vinegar c) a nail rusting d) burning sugar
This is a state of matter that has no definite shape or volume.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) element
This is a state of matter that has a definite shape and volume.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) element
These are characteristics that are used to describe a substance.
a) senses b) physical changes c) physical properties d) matter
Which of the following is a open system?
a) an ice cube in a sealed baggie b) an ice cube in a jar with a lid c) an ice cube in a glass d) ice cubes in an ice cream bucket with a cover
You mix 20 grams of sugar with 100 mL of water. After the water evaporates, how much sugar will be left?
a) 100 grams b) 120 grams c) 80 grams d) 20 grams
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
a) baking bread b) ripping paper c) cracking a light stick to start it d) shooting fireworks
This is a state of matter that has a definite volume but no definite shape.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) element
This is when some properties like size or shape of a substance may change, but nothing new is created.
a) solution b) physical change c) mixture d) compound
Why does dew form on grass in the morning?
a) the air at night warmed up and turned vapor to liquid b) the air cooled at night and changed liquid to vapor c) the air at night is dense d) the air at night cooled and turned the vapor to liquid
What is matter?
a) anything that has mas and takes up space b) something that exists only in outer space c) anything that is a solid and has weight d) anything that has a certain volume
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