Solids, Liquids, And Gases Ch. 2 Test: Question Preview (ID: 12631)

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According to Charles’s law, when the temperature of a gas at constant pressure is increased, its
a) volume increases.
b) particles move more slowly.
c) volume decreases.
d) mass increases.

The change from liquid to solid, or the reverse of melting, is called
a) condensation.
b) freezing.
c) sublimation.
d) boiling.

An uncovered pot of soup is simmering on a stove, and there are water droplets on the wall above the back of the stove. What sequence can you infer has occurred?
a) melting, the boiling
b) condensation, then vaporization
c) vaporization, then condensation
d) freezing, then thawing

The state of matter in which particles are arranged in either a crystalline or an amorphous form is
a) liquid.
b) fluid.
c) solid.
d) gas.

The greater the speed of gas particles in a container, the
a) fewer collisions there will be.
b) lower the temperature.
c) greater the pressure.
d) lower the pressure.

According to Boyle's Law, when the pressure of a gas increases at constant temperature, it's volume
a) increases.
b) stays constant.
c) decreases,
d) increases, then decreases.

The resistance of a liquid to flowing is its
a) viscosity.
b) temperature.
c) pressure.
d) volume.

Partiles of a liquid
a) are tightly packed together and stay in a fixed position.
b) have no viscosity.
c) decrease in volume with increasing temperature.
d) are free to move around one another but still touch.

In which state of matter do the particles spread apart and fill all the space available to them?
a) crystal
b) liquid
c) gas
d) solid

A graph of Charles's Law shows the relationship between
a) volume and density of a gas.
b) volume and pressure of a gas.
c) temperature and volume of a gas.
d) temperature and pressure of a gas.

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