Chemical, Physical & Nuclear Changes: Question Preview (ID: 573)


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Quick! Your ice cream is melting! This is a
a) chemical change b) nuclear change c) physical change d) rift in the space-time continuum.
Two atoms of H slam into each other. This results in one atom of He. This is
a) a chemical change. b) a physical change. c) nuclear fusion. d) nuclear fission.
A 1936 Chevy car is rusting away in a tree belt. This is an example of
a) a chemical change. b) a physical change. c) a nuclear change. d) why Fords are better than Chevys.
An atom of Uranium is struck by a neutron. The U atom then breaks down into two atoms. This is an example of
a) nuclear fission. b) nuclear fusion. c) a chemical change. d) a physical change.
Which below requires the most energy to occur?
a) a physical change b) a chemical change c) nuclear fusion d) They all require the SAME amount of energy
You have left the milk out of the refridgerator for three days! Man, does it smell BAD. This is an example of
a) a physical change. b) nuclear fusion. c) nuclear fission. d) a chemical change.
You are watching fireworks in the sky on the 4th of July, oh my. The explosions you see are the results of
a) nuclear fission. b) a chemical change. c) nuclear fusion. d) a physical change.
Zinc is added to a beaker of HCl. Hydrogen bubbles are produced. This is
a) a physical change. b) a chemical change. c) a nuclear change. d) the result of the governement controlling the media!
A marshmellow is turning black over the campfire. This is a
a) really bad waste of a good marshmellow. b) nuclear change. c) physical change. d) chemical change.
You add sea salt to your saltwater aquarium's water. This is an example of
a) a chemical change. b) a physical change. c) a nuclear explosion waiting to happen. d) NONE of these answers are correct.
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