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Liquids have which of the following physical properties?
a) no definite shape, constant volume b) definite shape, constant volume c) no definite shape, changing volume d) definite shape, changing volume
Water that sticks to the water is demonstrating attraction to other substances. This is an example of
a) adhesion b) cohesion c) surface tension d) capillarity
Oil molecules stick to each other demonstrating
a) cohesion b) adhesion c) surface tension d) capillarity
The tendency for liquids to form a film on the surface is called
a) surface tension b) cohesion c) adhesion d) capillarity
Water is able to climb up narrow columns with the help of cohesion through the unique property of
a) capillarity b) surface tension c) cohesion d) adhesion
A boat floating on water is demonstrating
a) buoyancy b) magic c) flight d) higher density
Water passes through semipermeable membranes though the process of
a) osmosis b) active transport c) buoyancy d) flotation
Pressure is equal to
a) force divided by area b) force x mass c) force divided by mass d) force x area
A submarine that is completely underwater, but is not sinking is said to be at
a) neutral buoyancy b) floatation c) underwater buoyancy d) falling buoyancy
The scientist who discovered the principle of buoyancy is
a) Archimedes b) Torricelli c) Bernoulli d) Pascal
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