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What happens during melting?
a) solid loses energy and changes into a liquid b) solid gains energy and changes into a liquid c) liquid gains energy and changes into a gas d) gas lose energy and changes into a solid
Is heat absorbed or released during condensation?
a) released b) abosorbed c) d)
Is heat absorbed or released during evaporation
a) released b) absorbed c) d)
Is thermal energy absorbed or released during freezing?
a) released b) absorbed c) d)
Is thermal energy absorbed or released during sublimation?
a) released b) absorbed c) d)
What happens to a liquid when thermal energy is added?
a) particles get closer and move slower b) particles get further and move slower c) particles get closer and move faster d) particles get further and move faster
What happens to a gas as it loses thermal energy?
a) particles get closer and move slower b) particles get further and move slower c) particles get close and move faster d) particles get further and move faster
What happens to a liquid when thermal energy is removed?
a) particles get further and move faster b) particles get close and move faster c) particles get close and move slower d) particles get further and move slower
What is melting point?
a) temperature at which a solid changes to a liquid b) temperature at which a gas changes to a liquid c) d)
What is boiling point?
a) temperature at which a gas changes to a liquid b) temperature at which a liquid changes to a gas c) d)
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