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 Which of the following describes the particles of a liquid? a) The particles are close together but moving past each other. b) The particles are closely packed and vibrating in place. c) The particles are far apart and moving fast. d) The particles are far apart and moving slowly. Boiling points and freezing points are examples of a) physical properties b) chemical properties c) energy d) matter What happens to the volume of a gas inside a cylinder if the temperature does not change but the pressure is reduced? a) The volume of the gas increases. b) The volume of the gas stays the same. c) The volume of the gas decreases. d) There is not enough information to answer the question. The atoms and molecules in matter are a) constantly moving. b) never move. c) only move when energy is added. d) move slowly. If a sealed ziploc bag is half full of air. What will happen if you roll the bag decreasing the volume? a) The pressure will increase. b) The pressure will decrease. c) The temperature will increase. d) The temperature will decrease. What law relates pressure and volume, temperature constant. a) Boyle's Law. b) Charles' Law. c) Civil Law. d) Charles and Gay-Lussac's Law. Charles's law states that at constant pressure, the volume of a gas is___________ temperature. a) directly proportional b) indirectly proportial c) constant d) inversely proportional Gay-Lussac's Law states that the pressure of a gas is a) directly proportional to its temperature b) indirectly proportional to its temperature c) the same as its temperature d) unrelated to its temperature The tires on your car were properly inflated, for the past two weeks the temperature dropped significantly. What happened to the air pressure in the car's tires? a) The air pressure in the tires decreased. b) The air pressure in the tires increased. c) The air pressure in the tires stayed the same. d) There is not enough information to determine an answer. All of the following describe liquids except a) definite shape b) viscosity c) definite volume d) surface tension
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