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A state of matter with no definite shape or volume is a
a) gas b) liquid c) solid d) plasma
Mass is determined by
a) measuring the depth of an object b) measuring the amount of matter in an object c) putting an object in water to see if it floats or sinks d) keeping track of the chemical changes in an object
Solids, liquids, and gases are examples of
a) chemical properties b) chemical changes c) physical properties d) mixtures
A liquid has volume:
a) and a clearly defined shape b) but can not be seen c) but never takes any shape at all d) but no definite shape
When water freezes it changes from a liquid to
a) a solid b) a gas c) an atom d) thin air
An element has
a) two or more atoms b) only one kind of atom c) a definite shape d) a definite volume
The ability of a substance to react with other substances to form a new substance is based on
a) physical properties b) inertia c) chemical properties d) the melting point
Volume is determined by measuring
a) the weight of a substance b) the density of a substance c) the number of chemical reactions a substance can have d) the amount of space matter occupies
The very small pieces of solid or liquid matter are
a) particles b) atoms c) electrons d) protons
Weight measures
a) the density of an object b) the force of gravity on an object c) the volume of an object d) the shape of an object
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