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14. Silver reacts with ___ in the air to form a new chemical called tarnish.
a) Oxygen b) Nitrogen c) Sulfur d) Hydrogen
13. The property that makes metal pots good for cooking is called ___.
a) Reactivity b) Malleability c) Flammability d) Conductivity
11. Making rolls and sheets of aluminum foil demonstrates the property of ___.
a) Reactivity b) Malleability c) Flammability d) Conductivity
12. An old car’s bumper that was coated with chromium does not rust because chromium is ___.
a) Malleable b) Ductile c) Not reactive with oxygen d) Reactive with oxygen
10. Being able to burn wood is an example of wood’s ___.
a) Reactivity b) Malleability c) Flammability d) Conductivity
9. Iron combines with ___ in the air to form a new chemical called rust.
a) Oxygen b) Nitrogen c) Sulfur d) Hydrogen
8. Flammability, solubility, and reactivity are ____ of a substance.
a) Internal properties b) Physical properties c) External properties d) Chemical properties
7. Color, odor, mass, and volume are ____ of an object.
a) Internal properties b) Physical properties c) External properties d) Chemical properties
6. A characteristic of a material that can be observed without changing it into a different material is called a(n) ___.
a) Internal property b) Physical property c) Chemical property d) External property
5. The ability to transfer heat from one area to another is called ___.
a) Reactivity b) Malleability c) Conductivity d) Flammability
4. A favorable chemical property of iron is its ___.
a) Malleability b) Strength c) High melting point d) Nonreactivity with oil and gasoline
3. Which of the following is NOT a physical property of matter?
a) Ductility b) Color c) Thermal conductivity d) Reactivity to water
2. Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
a) Reactivity with oxygen b) Malleability c) Flammability d) Reactivity with acid
1. The study of matter and how it changes is called ___.
a) Biology b) Physics c) Chemistry d) Astronomy
15. A characteristic of a material that describes its ability to change into different materials is called a(n) ___.
a) Internal property b) Physical property c) Chemical property d) External property
16. The total amount of “stuff” that makes up a material is called ___.
a) Capacity b) Density c) Mass d) Volume
17. The amount of space that matter takes up is called ___.
a) Elasticity b) Density c) Mass d) Volume
18. Water and table salt are two examples of ___ because they always have the same composition and properties.
a) Solids b) Substances c) Liquids d) Metals
19. When a fuel burns it combines with ___ in the air and changes into the substances water and car-bon dioxide.
a) Oxygen b) Nitrogen c) Sulfur d) Hydrogen
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