Unit 6 Lesson 2 Properties Of Matter ~ Part 1 Concepts And Vocabulary: Question Preview (ID: 28279)


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What physical property is being demonstrated when flavored drink mix dissolves in water?
a) thermal conductivity b) density c) malleability d) solubility
What physical property is being demonstrated when a foam cup protects your hand from being burned by a hot liquid and makes metal pots good for cooking?
a) thermal conductivity b) density c) malleability d) solubility
What physical property is being demonstrated when aluminum can be flattened into sheets of foil?
a) thermal conductivity b) density c) malleability d) solubility
Which of the statements describes a chemical property of an object?
a) The object is white in color. b) The object has rough texture. c) The object’s density is 2.11 g/cm3. d) The object reacts with vinegar to form gas bubbles.
Helium is an element that can be found in the Earth's atmosphere. Which of these statements describes a chemical property of helium?
a) A. Helium is not flammable. b) B. Helium does not react with oxygen. c) C. Helium is less dense than air and causes balloons filled with this gas to float. d) D. Both A and B.
Helium is an element that can be found in the Earth's atmosphere. Which of these statements describes a physical property of helium?
a) A. Helium is not flammable. b) B. Helium does not react with oxygen. c) C. Helium is less dense than air and causes balloons filled with this gas to float. d) D. Both A and B.
One chemical property that can be measured in a substance is reactivity with water. What is another chemical property?
a) density b) flammability c) malleablility d) solubility
a property of matter than describes a substance's ability to change into a new substance with different properties
a) physical property b) chemical property c) d)
a characteristic of a substance that can be observed and measured without changing the identity of the substance
a) physical property b) chemical property c) d)
What physical property is being demonstrated when oil floats on vinegar in a bottle?
a) thermal conductivity b) density c) malleability d) solubility
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