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The resistance of a liquid to flowing is called
a) Speed b) None of the above c) Viscosity d) Gravity
Refer to chart 1. Which substance showed no chemical change?
a) Hydrogen b) Argon c) Carbon d) Sodium
Refer to chart 1. Which of the tests measured physical properties?
a) Density, reaction to flame b) Phase, reaction to water c) Reaction to flame and water d) Density, phase
Common substances: salt, water, air, sugar, iron, paper, plastic milk carton, gasoline. Which of these substances would be classified as highly flammable?
a) Salt, air b) Water, sugar c) Paper, gasoline d) Iron, plastic
Common substances: salt, water, air, sugar, iron, paper, plastic milk carton, gasoline. Which of these substances would be classified as flexible?
a) Salt, iron b) Paper, plastic c) Sugar, gasoline d) Water, paper
Marie Curie was the first scientist to purify and name the Element Radon. How could she describe Radon to other scientists, who had never seen it before?
a) Using its chemical and physical properties b) Looked all over the world for other samples of pure Radon c) Found pictures in a book to share with them d) Tell them how much she enjoyed finding it in the ore
Refer to chart 2. Which of the following is a chemical property of gold?
a) Does not react with most other chemicals b) It forms beautiful and valuable jewelry c) Is very dense d) Is very malleable, can form thin sheets
Which property of gold allows it to be made into thin sheets to cover statues?
a) Taste b) Malleability c) Reactivity d) Density
Which properties of gold make it valuable for electronics?
a) It is yellow in color and has no taste b) It can be reused to make jewelry and other valuable objects c) It forms thin sheets and has a high density d) It conducts electricity and not affected by other chemicals
A student puts out fire on the stove by dumping baking soda on the flame. How has the student used scientific knowledge in his daily life?
a) He knew a physical property of baking soda is that it doesn\'t melt b) He knew a physical property of baking soda is that it is white in color c) He knew a chemical property of baking soda is that it dissolves in water d) He knew a chemical property of baking soda is that it doesn\'t burn
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