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What phase changes does water undergo at 100 degrees Celsius?
a) melting and freezing b) condensation and melting c) vaporization and freezing d) condensation and vaporization
Which of the following has neither definite shape nor definite volume?
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d)
Which of the followning has indefinite shape and definite volume?
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) none of the above
If energy is added to a solid, which phase change will occur?
a) freezing b) melting c) condensation d) vaporization
Gases will fill up the space of their containers. This means they have ____________.
a) definite shape b) indefinite shape c) definite volume d) indefinite volume
What phase changes does water undergo at 0 degrees Celsius?
a) condensation and vaporization b) melting and freezing c) freezing and vaporization d) condensation and sublimation
If heat is taken away from a gas, what phase change will occur?
a) boiling b) melting c) condensation d) vaporization
The phase change in which a substance changes from a solid to a gas or vapor without changing to a liquid first is
a) melting b) freezing c) condensation d) sublimation
If you move a substance from one container to another and its shape does not change the substance is a
a) solid b) liquid c) gas d) plasma
During a phase change, the temperature of a substance
a) increases b) decreases c) does not change d) increases or decreases
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