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The phase change when a solid becomes a liquid
a) freezing b) melting c) condensing d) vaporizing
According to Charles Law, if the temperature of a gas increases, the volume of that gas will...
a) increase b) decrease c) remain the same d)
Matter in this phase is very high in energy and dangerous to living things.
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
The particles in a _______ are close together but are free to move around.
a) Solid b) Liquid c) Gas d) Plasma
According to Boyle's Law, when the pressure on a gas in a closed container increases, the volume of that gas...
a) decreases b) increases c) remains the same d)
Changes in which no new kinds of matter are produced are called...
a) nuclear changes b) chemical changes c) physical changes d) exothermic changes
An example of a chemical change is...
a) burning paper b) dissolving sugar in tea c) mixing alcohol and water d) melting ice
Chemical Properties....
a) describe how a substance changes into other new substances b) are changes in phase c) are changes in volume or shape d) are changes in mass or weight
All changes in phase are...
a) chemical changes b) physical changes c) chemical reactions d) chemical properties
When a substance changes from a solid to a gas without becoming a liquid, it has
a) melted b) evaporated c) sublimed d) vaporized
Viscosity is the...
a) tendency of a liquid to take the shape of its container b) resistance of an object to change its motion c) tendency of a liquid to take the shape of its container d) resistance of a liquid to flow
An amorphous solid...
a) has no definite shape or volume b) is arranged in a regular repeating pattern or crystal c) has no definite volume d) will lose its shape under certain conditions
Solids have...
a) definite shape but NOT volume b) definite shape and volume c) definite volume but NOT shape d) neither definite shape or volume
Examples of physical properties are
a) Mass and weight b) Volume and density c) color, shape, hardness, and texture d) All are physical properties
There are only 3 phases (states) of matter.
a) True b) False c) d)
What type of change is breaking an object
a) physical b) chemical c) d)
which phase of matter has no definite shape or volume
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
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