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Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical change?
a) freezing b) melting c) ripping d) burning
The middle of the atom is called...
a) nucleus b) neutron c) proton d) electron
Mr, Kipka mixed 200 mg of milk, 50 mg of chocolate syrup, and 10 mg of vanilla syrup. What will the mass of his solution be?
a) 200 mg b) 50 mg c) 250 mg d) 260 mg
When a substance breaks up and disintegrates into another substance...
a) mixture b) dissolve c) diffusion d) solute
This is a mixture in which one substance is evenly mixed in another.
a) solution b) suspension c) solute d) solvent
When some physical properties change, but nothing new is created.
a) chemical change b) mixture c) physical change d) solution
Which of the following is an open system?
a) water in a closed plastic baggie b) water in a closed bottle c) water in a pot with a lid d) water on an evaporation tray
Why is the water on the evaporation tray an open system?
a) matter and energy can go in and out b) energy can go in and out, but matter cannot c) d)
How is a chemical change different from a physical change?
a) a chemical change creates color changes b) A chemical change creates a new shape c) a chemical change creates a new subatnce d) a physical change creates something new
The Law of Conservation of Mass says...
a) matter can change but the amount of mass stays the same b) matter can change but the amount of mass will increase c) matter can change but the amounf of mass will decrease d) matter stays the same
If Mr. Ostendorf makes Kool Aid using water and Kool Aid powder, what part is the powder?
a) suspension b) mixture c) solvent d) solute
If 10 grams of sugar fall into 50 mL of water, how much sugar is left in the container after the water evaporates?
a) 10 grams b) 50 grams c) 60 grams d) 40 grams
Ms. Meyer left a covered mug of water outside and it froze. How would the mass of the ice compare to the mass of the water before it froze.
a) the mass of the ice would be more than the mass of the water b) the mass of the ice would be less than the mass of water c) the mass of ice would be the same as the mass of the water d) it cannot be determined by the information given
When a substance breaks up and disintegrates into another substance it is called...
a) dissolve b) diffusion c) mixture d) solute
All of the following causes physical changes in matter except...
a) boiling b) freezing c) burning d) melting
This is a mixture in which the particles are evenly spread throughout.
a) mixture b) solution c) suspension d) solute
The particle of an atom that has a negative charge is the ...
a) nucleus b) neutron c) proton d) electron
These 2 particles are found in the nucleus of an atom.
a) protons and electrons b) neutrons and protons c) neutrons and electrons d)
The particle of an atom that has a positive charge is a...
a) proton b) electron c) neutron d) nucleus
The periodic table is...
a) a table grouping pure substance by their properties b) a table showing elements c) a table showing how many particles are in one atom of the elements d) all of the above
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