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Solids have...
a) a definite volume and shape. b) no definite volume or shape. c) a definite volume but no definite shape. d) a definite shape but no definite volume.
Liquids have...
a) a definite volume but no definite shape. b) a definite shape but no definite volume. c) a definite volume and a definite shape. d) no definite shape or volume.
Gasses have...
a) no definite shape or volume. b) a definite shape and volume. c) a definite shape but not a definite volume. d) a definite volume but not a definite shape.
In order to get ice to change to liquid water, we need to add...
a) heat b) more ice. c) time. d) acid.
The particles in a solid...
a) vibrate in place. b) do not move at all. c) move freely all over the place. d) move around a lot, but not completely freely.
The particles in a liquid...
a) move around a lot, but not completely freely. b) vibrate in place. c) move freely all over the place. d) do not move at all.
The particles in a gas...
a) move freely all over the place. b) vibrate in place. c) move around a lot, but not completely freely. d) do not move at all.
The spaces between the particles in a solid are...
a) smaller than those in both liquids and gasses. b) smaller than those in liquids but larger than those in gasses. c) smaller than those in gasses but larger than those in liquids. d) larger than those in both liquids and gasses.
The spaces between particles in a liquid are...
a) larger than those in solids but smaller than those in gasses. b) larger than those in gasses but smaller than those in solids. c) larger than those in both solids and gasses. d) smaller than those in both solids and gasses.
The spaces between particles in a gas are...
a) larger than those in both liquids and solids. b) smaller than those in both liquids and solids. c) larger than those in a liquid but smaller than those in a solid. d) smaller than those in a liquid but larger than those in a solid.
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