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Matter in the ______ state has both a definite shape and volume
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

Which of the following is not an example of vaporization?
a) dry air gains water as it moves over the ocean
b) bubbles form as water boils
c) wet pavement dries after a rain
d) water droplets form on a mirror

The change from gas to liquid is called
a) evaporation
b) condensation
c) sublimation
d) melting

An example of a liquid with a high viscosity is
a) water
b) syrup
c) pancake batter
d) ketchup

A liquid with a low viscosity
a) has a definite shape
b) flows slowly
c) flows quickly
d) fills its container

According to Boyle's law, when the pressure of a gas increases, the volume of a gas
a) increases
b) decreases

Which of the following is not a characteristics of crystalline solids?
a) becomes softer and softer as temperature rises
b) particles are arranged in a repeating pattern
c) made up of crystals
d) has a distinct melting point

Gas has a
a) constant temperature
b) definite volume
c) undefined volume
d) definite shape

The change from a solid to a gas is called
a) evaporation
b) melting
c) condensation
d) sublimation

Which of the following is an example of a crystalline solid
a) glass
b) plastic
c) sugar
d) rubber

The measure of the average energy of motion of the particles in a substance is
a) Pressure
b) Temperature
c) chemical energy
d) Viscosity

As gas in a rigid container cools, its
a) pressure increases
b) pressure descreases
c) volume increases
d) volume decreases

Which property can be used to identify an object?
a) density
b) volume
c) shape
d) weight

A chemical bond is
a) a group of atoms joined together
b) the basic particle of matter
c) a substance formed from the chemical combination of two or more elements
d) the force that holds two atoms together.

Which of the following is a chemical property?
a) Color
b) Luster
c) boiling point
d) texture

A substance whose particles are close together but move freely around one another is a (n)
a) crystalline solid
b) liquid
c) amorphous solid
d) gas

Unlike a solids, liquids and gases will
a) keep its volume in differenct containers
b) keep its shape in different containers
c) take on the shape of the container
d) expand to fill all the space of the container

Boyle's law states that as the volume of a gas increases
a) pressure increases
b) pressure decreases
c) temperature falls
d) temperature increases

The vertical axis of a graph shows the
a) responding variable
b) manipulated variable
c) constant factors
d) same variable as the x axis

When a liquid is heated, its particles
a) slow down and form patterns
b) move more rapidly
c) vibrate faster
d) release energy to the surroundings

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