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What happens to molecules when they are heated?
a) Spread out, get closer and gain energy
b) Get closer together, lose energy and move slower
c) Spread out, move faster and gain energy
d) Lose energy, get closer together and speed up

What is an example of a chemical change?
a) Wire being bent
b) Water freezing
c) Wood being cut
d) Bread is baked

What property stays the same during physical and chemical changes
a) Density
b) Shape
c) Mass
d) Arrangement of molecules

Which is NOT an indicator that a physical change has occurred?
a) Change in shape
b) Change of temperature
c) Change in color
d) Formation of a precipitate

Which is not an indicator that a chemical change has occurred?
a) Change in temperature
b) Change in shape
c) Change in odor
d) Change in energy

All of these are examples of matter EXCEPT...
a) Paper
b) Football
c) Light
d) Stars

Which change can be reversed?
a) Physical change
b) Chemical change
c) Both and physical and chemical change
d) Neither a physical or chemical change

Viscosity of a substance is a measurement of a fluid's
a) resistance to flow
b) adhesive forces
c) buoyancy
d) kinetic theory of matter

Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
a) Flammability
b) Reactivity
c) Thermal Conductivity
d) None of the above.

To calculate the density of an object you must divide ________ by it's _________
a) volume, mass
b) mass, volume
c) mass, length
d) width, volume

Which of the following is NOT a physical property?
a) Mallebility
b) Solubility
c) Thermal Conductivity
d) Flammability

A substance changing from a solid to a gas.
a) Condensation
b) Evaporation
c) Sublimation
d) Melting

Ice cream melting
a) Physical change
b) Chemical change
c)
d)

Condensation is when
a) A gas changes to a liquid
b) A liquid changes to a gas
c) A solid to a liquid
d) A solid to a gas

Sublimation is
a) Gas to a liquid
b) Gas to a solid
c) Liquid to a gas
d) A solid to a gas

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