8th Grade Chemical And Physical Properties Vocabulary: Question Preview (ID: 22651)


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ductility
a) the measure of a liquid's resistance to flowing b) ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy
malleability
a) the measure of a liquid's resistance to flowing b) ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy
viscosity
a) the measure of a liquid's resistance to flowing b) ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy
support combustion
a) the property of burning by combining chemically with oxygen when heat energy is present b) the property of allowing or increasing the burning of a substance c) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy d) how readily a substance combines chemically with other substances
reactivity
a) the property of burning by combining chemically with oxygen when heat energy is present b) the property of allowing or increasing the burning of a substance c) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy d) how readily a substance combines chemically with other substances
endothermic reaction
a) a reaction that releases energy b) a reaction that absorbs energy c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) how readily a substance combines chemically with other substances
flammability
a) the property of burning by combining chemically with oxygen when heat energy is present b) the property of allowing or increasing the burning of a substance c) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy d) how readily a substance combines chemically with other substances
precipitate
a) a solid that forms when two liquids chemically react b) a liquid that forms when two liquids chemically react c) a reaction that releases energy d) ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering
exothermic reaction
a) a reaction that releases energy b) a reaction that absorbs energy c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) how readily a substance combines chemically with other substances
intrinsic property
a) Any property that can be observed only when the material is reacting with another substance. b) any chracteristic of a material that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of the material c) A physical property that may vary from sample to sample of the same substance. d) A physical property that does not vary from sample to sample of the same substance.
extrinsic property
a) Any property that can be observed only when the material is reacting with another substance. b) any chracteristic of a material that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of the material c) A physical property that may vary from sample to sample of the same substance. d) A physical property that does not vary from sample to sample of the same substance.
physical property
a) Any property that can be observed only when the material is reacting with another substance. b) any chracteristic of a material that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of the material c) A physical property that may vary from sample to sample of the same substance. d) A physical property that does not vary from sample to sample of the same substance.
chemical property
a) Any property that can be observed only when the material is reacting with another substance. b) any chracteristic of a material that can be observed or measured without changing the composition of the material c) A physical property that may vary from sample to sample of the same substance. d) A physical property that does not vary from sample to sample of the same substance.
conductivity
a) the measure of a liquid's resistance to flowing b) ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering c) ability of a solid to be drawn out into a wire d) ability of a substance to transfer heat or electrical energy
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