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Could water be an element if it can be broken down into two simpler gases?
a) yes b) no c) d)
Where are the electrons, protons, and neutrons in relation to the nucleus?
a) The protons and neutrons are in the nucleus, while the electrons move around it. b) The protons, neutrons, and electrons are in the nucleus. c) The electrons are in the nucleus, while the protons and neutrons move around it. d)
All elements have ____ properties
a) similar b) different c) d)
The number of _____ an element has affects its chemical properties.
a) nuclei b) electrons c) protons d) compounds
All matter in the world is made of
a) metal b) oxygen c) nonmetal d) elements
The number of ____ in an atom tells us what element it is.
a) nuclei b) electrons c) protons d) compounds
An object seems to lose weight when it is placed underwater because of the
a) emulsion force b) buoyant force c) # of protons d) atoms
When moving from a solid to a gas, the particles move about at a __________ pace.
a) slower b) faster c) d)
You can use a graduated cylinder to find the _____ of a solid by measuring the amount the water goes up.
a) density b) matter c) volume d) compound
What happens to an object when it is placed in a less dense liquid or gas?
a) floats b) sinks c) bounces out d) none of the above
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